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by | Sep 15, 2017 | In The Community, Social Security Disability, Veterans Disability Benefits |


Many people find themselves with lots of prescriptions to fill and no money in their pockets to afford them. There are several prescription programs for people on certain medications. These assistance programs are offered by pharmaceutical companies, nonprofit groups, or state governments. You can generally get the applications from your physician that is prescribing a certain drug that offers an assistance program, or you can download the application from the company’s web site. Many of the drug companies will ship the supply straight to your home or doctor’s office.

There are several websites devoted to helping people get medication assistance. The most extensive is NeedyMeds at and RxAssist at These two sites have lots of information on resources that you could use to help get medications.

There is however, for those in the Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia counties, a medication resource right in your own back yard so to speak. If you are not familiar with Ozanam Charitable Pharmacy, then get to know this non-profit organization that services Mobile, Baldwin and Escambia Counties in southern Alabama. None of the patients that qualify for assistance pay for their medications at Ozanam. Ozanam is completely funded thought the community to help fill prescriptions. According to their website, Ozanam’s Fiscal Year of 2016-2017 ended with having filled 26,000 prescriptions which retailed at $1.7 million dollars, and they assisted 1614 patients with their medications.

You are eligible to receive medication at Ozanam if you 1) live in Mobile, Baldwin or Escambia Counties ONLY. 2) Are age 18 to 65. 3) DO NOT have Medicaid or other health insurance. 4) DO NOT have Medicare. However, once you spend $3,310 on the prescription coverage plan, you have hit the “donut hole”. If you meet our other requirements, please bring your Medicare print out from your regular pharmacy and we can help you until your benefits reset at the end of the year.

Our firm refers many of our clients to Ozanam for assistance and they have been a wonderful asset to the disabled community here in Alabama. The office is always looking for volunteers and donations to assist in their continued effort to be the only charitable pharmacy in our area. You can contact Ozanam at 251-343-1111 or by visiting the pharmacy located at 109 South Cedar Street, Mobile, AL 36602. If you qualify to receive medications at Ozanam, you should go to one their certifying agencies. A complete list of certifying agencies can be found on their website or contact them directly.

Looking for areas of assistance is just one of the ways we work to help our clients. If you are disabled and need assistance in navigating the disability process, call one of the experienced disability representatives at Gardberg & Kemmerly, P.C. today at 251-343-1111 for a free consultation. Gardberg & Kemmerly specializes in helping the injured and disabled.



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