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Thanks so much for re-posting this - it is what I was looking for and didn't know where to find any more (the damn hospital lost my wallet!) and i have to get a med TODAY that takes this and for some reason they sstopped just "having it in the system" so now I need to show it each time. This card drops my non-ins covered med from $27 down to $8.50
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I know it shows up on the insurance and finance forum, but never noticed it until I looked for it.
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For Seroquel ---- AZ&Me (Astra-Zeneca)
 
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If an emergency situation, I once heard someone say that you can go to your county hospital emergency room (the hospital of last resort that cannot turn anyone away in emergencies) and say you have a psychiatric emergency and tell them the meds you need and how much. Bring old pill bottles as back-up. Or scripts. I have never tried this myself and so this is hearsay, so I can't vouch for it. But I was told they would fill your meds. Again, this is hearsay.
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Prescriptionhope.com 25$ a month max per script
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Thanks so much for this info. I recently lost my insurance and all my medications had to be changed, so I could afford them, but they are still high. Doc dropped my Trazadone which was helping with my sleep and anxiety from 300 to 150 and upped my Prozac from 40 to 80 mg. I'm not sleeping again.
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I use goodrx.com and Walmart and 8 meds costs $65.

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I make too much to qualify for any prescription assistance programs, and Abilify is not covered by my insurance plan. I get my medication through a Canadian service (Northwest Pharmacy in B.C.) Medication is manufactured in Mumbai, India and is shipped from a pharmacy in Zurich, Switzerland. Don't know if it is legal, but I don't care. Medication is undoubtedly authentic and I have never had a problem with it. Costs about $100 for #100 30mg tablets. I take about 4mg a day by breaking up the tablets.
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