Medical expenses
shouldn’t control
your life.

Let us help.


Founded by a patient for patients, we know the challenges of chronic illness. We’re here to help pay for your medication, provide health insurance premium and copay assistance, navigate health insurance plans, give legal advice, and be there every step of the way.


What We Offer

Patient Programs

We assist with copay, premium, ancillary, travel, and infusion costs for a range of chronic and rare diseases. Check to see if your condition is covered.


Our unique ACCESS program provides free legal help for patients navigating the confusing fields of disability and health insurance. Check out more information about our legal support and for our toll-free number.

Our Impact

Based on 2020 data.

in direct patient assistance
patients assisted
of donations directly
to patients

calls to patient service representatives

How We Help You

Medical expenses and health-related issues are a heavy burden for so many. Whether it be financial assistance with copays and premiums, legal help, or government advocacy, we make a difference for our patients.


Get Involved

Take action by volunteering to promote positive changes in healthcare, encouraging others to support our cause, and inspiring others to share their stories.

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