Abilify financial assistance resource

Bristol-Myers Squibb, distributors of Abilify, does have a Patient Assistance Foundation which has programs that one can apply to get help in paying for Abilify. The direct link to the Abilify assistance application PDF is here. (An interesting fact: Abilify is made in Japan by a Japanese company Otsuka.)

While we’re on the subject of Big Pharmas helping out with paying for their drugs, here are some other links if you need help with other drugs:

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12 Responses to “Abilify financial assistance resource”

  1. Good job on the post. One thing you might also consider is to hire someone to do it for you. The company I work for, Rx HELP is a prescription assistance company. For a small fee, we will process all of your requests for assistance and also follow up on the denials and refills. People think that this is an easy thing to do but those that say that have never had to deal with several different drug companies. Our patients average 5.44 medicines that we help them with.
    Like I said, you have a nice site here and think you do a great job.

  2. Thanks for the note! Glad to hear that you are doing well. You are in my prayers! Hope you have a wonderful day.

  3. Thanks so much for the info. That’s a very helpful tip that I didn’t know about.

  4. Thank you so much!

  5. I am unable to afford my Abilify and was wondering if there was a financial assistance program for the drug? Thanks!

  6. The links above should connect you to some assistance programs.

  7. What is the website for the Abilify Patient Assistance Program. Bristol-Myers squibb patient assistance Foundation, Inc.?

  8. How can I apply for a customer ID by mail?

  9. Deborah, I will check on that and will get back to you shortly.

  10. The best co. I have dealt with in trying to get help for my elderly grandparents is Astra-zenneca they were so nice and helpful. Bristol Myers is awful. They don’t care just want there $.it’s very sad cuz someday their gonna be old, and karma gonna bite!

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