To achieve this mission we partner with SingleCare (formerly known as FamilyWize) to provide free prescription discount cards to increase the health and economic opportunity of families in our communities via increased access to prescription medications.
If you need help paying for your prescription medications, there’s hope. For over a decade, United Way and SingleCare have collaborated to bring greater stability to communities nationwide. We know from experience that families living on the edge never struggle with just one issue; it’s the combination of several problems piling up that prevents families from finding stability and truly thriving.
Through its prescription savings card, SingleCare works to make prescription medications more affordable for all families, so that no one ever has to make the hard choice between the medicine they need and other basics like food or rent. To ease the burden for individuals and families, United Way NCA offers discounts on prescription medications through the free SingleCare prescription discount card.
With the SingleCare card there are no forms to fill out, there is no waiting period and no registration. The prescription savings card is free for everyone and serves as a reusable coupon on FDA-approved medicines. Whether you are insured or uninsured, show the SingleCare card and get the best price on your prescriptions.
Learn more about how SingleCare works, look up your medications to see how much you can save with the card and read more testimonials here.
For nonprofit organizations that wish to hand out cards to your clients, please feel free to contact Stephanie Crane at firstname.lastname@example.org.
No. Everyone is eligible and can benefit from SingleCare!
This program can be used to obtain savings on prescription drugs that are excluded by your insurance plan or are not covered because you have exceeded your insurance plan’s maximum limits. In some instances, you might find that the SingleCare Prescription Discount Card’s price is lower than your program’s co-payment amount. In addition, if your insurance plan does not offer you a drug card and you are reimbursed after each transaction, you may be able to use the SingleCare Prescription Discount Card to lower your out-of-pocket expenses.
Yes. Your friends, family members and co-workers can all use your card to receive prescription assistance.
It varies by medicine and pharmacy. Use the Drug Price Lookup Tool to get a general idea. The best answer is to take your prescription with your card to a participating pharmacy and ask them how much it will cost to use the card.
No, there is no mail-order prescription service with this card.
No. This program will not affect the way you are cared for by your physician. You should, however, always consult with your doctor about saving money on prescription medications.