PAF has compiled disaster resources for those whose medical care and homes are impacted by natural disasters, including recent Hurricanes Florence, Hurricane Lane and wildfires. Search "Disaster Resources" in the National Financial Resource Directory by clicking here. ✕
A national 501 (c)(3) non-profit charity that provides direct services to patients with chronic, life threatening and debilitating diseases to help access care and treatment recommended by their doctor.
The PAF Co-Pay Relief Program, one of the self-contained divisions of PAF, provides direct financial assistance to insured patients who meet certain qualifications to help them pay for the prescriptions and/or treatments they need. This assistance helps patients afford the out-of-pocket costs for these items that their insurance companies require.
The program offers many sophisticated online tools to ensure the application process is as streamlined as possible for patients, providers and pharmacy representatives, including 24-hour web-based portals, electronic signature, document upload and bar code fax routing capabilities.
Co-Pay Relief patient assistance is purely donor-funded and money is dispersed to qualified patients while funds are available for each of the Diseases identified.
"You have motivated me to be more assertive in staying on top of my medical problems, thank you for your kind Help."
"My case manager started me down the path of applying for assistance and grants that would help me through this rough time. She directly helped me obtain Social Security Disability Insurance as well as co-pay assistance for my medications. Knowing someone out there who is familiar with resources is so reassuring."
"I received a call from my case manager, who has subsequently become my guardian angel. She was warm and cordial and that was a great relief. We spoke for a while and she asked me a few vital questions. She said I was approved for $7,500. That was one of the most joyous days I’ve encountered in a long time. In short it was a miracle. A lifeline was given to a 68-year-old man living with HIV on Social Security. I am so grateful to her and PAF. I can’t tell you what a relief today brought me. I just wanted to express my gratitude immediately."