Indiana Pharmacy Card


Anderson Carmel
Columbus : Elkhart : Evansville Indianapolis : Jeffersonville
Mishawaka : Muncie

Free Rx Medication Drug Card

There was a study by CDC between the years 2007 and 2008 on drug use in the United States. The study showed that nine out of ten older Americans were using at least one prescription drug medication.

During the period of 2007 and 2008, over 22 percent of the kids up to the age of 11, 29 percent of young kids between twelve and nineteen, 48 percent of people ages between 20 and 59, were also taking at least one prescription drug. The reports go on to say that people with insurance and had a health care doctor had more drug use then those without prescription benefits.

The report also says that with age, the increase of prescription medication use rises. Seventy six percent of people who were sixty and over, used two or more prescription drugs in the past month and a stunning thirty seven percent took five or more medications.

The Community Assistance Program issues drug cards which should show signs of relief to Indiana residents who are taking multiple prescription medication.
The free pharmacy cards can not only be used in Indiana but can also be used?anywhere throughout the United States.

Here are just a few participating Pharmacies: Gwinn’s Drug Store, Genoa Health Store, Kroger Pharmacy, Marsh Drugs.

Listed below is a list of the major metropolitan areas in this State. Click on a city near you to find pharmacy Locations & Contact information.

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This card is not associated with any particular state or pharmacy and can be used at over 56,000 participating pharmacies in the United States and its territories!

Category: Pharmacy