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Old 04-16-2019, 07:33 PM #1
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Does anyone know of any insurance other than state funded that will cover Invega injections? My son is 33 yrs old. He is on commitment for invega injections. If he works full time he will lose his medicaid coverage for injection. He could try and apply for disability but would only get about 700 month and I believe he could only make about 1100 month gross when on disability. He could work part time so that he does not lose his medicaid insurance....Not sure what option is best....Any advice or recommendations on insurances that will cover injections would be greatly appreciated. Thanks! Deb
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This website provides information about patient assistance for Invega Sustenna.
This gives you a year at a time free of costs. If you don't meet all the requirements apply anyway and include a note explaining that you are unable to pay for the medication even though you have insurance/income too high/whatever. I have never been rejected and I get several meds through patient assistance, most on exemptions.

https://www.needymeds.org/brand-drug...ega%20Sustenna
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