The AbbVie Patient Assistance Foundation provides AbbVie medication at no cost to people experiencing financial difficulty who may or may not have or qualify for prescription medication benefits through private insurance or government-funded programs, e.g. Medicaid, Medicare, or ADAP.
EyeCare America provides eye care to US citizens and legal residents through volunteer ophthalmologists (Eye M.D.s) at no cost to those who qualify.
San Francisco, CA
The Seniors program connects eligible seniors 65 and older with local volunteer ophthalmologists who provide a medical eye exam at no out-of-pocket cost, and up to one year of follow-up care for any condition diagnosed during the initial exam, for the physician services.
The Glaucoma Program provides a glaucoma eye exam at no cost to those who are eligible and uninsured. Those who are eligible and insured are billed normal office procedure, and responsible for any co-payments. (This is an awareness program to provide a baseline glaucoma eye exam to those who may not be aware they are at increased risk).
The Johnson & Johnson Patient Assistance Foundation, Inc. (JJPAF) is an independent, non-profit organization reflecting the Johnson & Johnson operating companies’ long-standing commitment to helping patients access medicines.
Search for a patient assistance program (PAP) for a brand name or generic name drug by typing in the drug name in the Drug Search field. If there is a PAP for your drug, the search result will show the program(s) that may help you get your medication for free or at a discounted price.
Short Hills, NJ
New Eyes provides a basic pair of single or lined bifocal lenses. A New Eyes voucher is for individuals who have no other resources with which to obtain a basic pair eyeglasses. Applicants must have an eye exam including their pupillary distance (PD) measurement before applying.