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Get information about how to use medications safely and effectively and link to several sites that provide information about drug assistance programs.

Novant Health - Prescription Refills Online

Novant Health's prescription service, Scriptrax, allows you to submit your refill requests online.

Safe Medications

Find the important information you need in order to use medications safely and effectively. It features complete, easy-to-read information on more than 700 drugs.

Needy Meds

Learn about pharmaceutical manufacturers' drug assistance programs.

Free Prescription Medication

Free prescriptions are available to those who qualify.

Together Rx

Seniors, who are enrolled in Medicare, have income less than $28,000 a year and do not have prescription drug coverage, can apply for the Together Rx card. Drugs manufactured by several of the major pharmaceutical companies are covered under the Together Rx card plan, allowing patients to save money on prescription drugs.

American Association of Retired Persons (AARP)

Members of AARP are eligible for a discount prescription drug card.

Doctors Care

Crisis Control's pharmacy dispenses medications to residents of Forsyth County as well as residents of Stokes and Davie counties who are part of the Doctors Care Program. There are no age or income restrictions, but patients must show they cannot afford the drugs on their own.

North Carolina Senior Care

Seniors 65 and older can take part in the state's prescription drug program which offers some assistance for insulin, as well as most other drugs. The program has restrictions, therefore patients who have a Medicare supplemental policy or other form of insurance that covers prescription drugs may not be able to apply.

Helping Patients

Allows patients to search for prescription drug assistance programs.


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