FamilyWize Prescription Savings Program

How the FamilyWize Prescription Savings Program Works
It’s easy to use a FamilyWize Card. There are no forms to fill out, waiting period or registration. The card is really just like a reusable prescription coupon on all FDA approved medicines. Anyone in your family, your work, your church or your neighborhood can use it. Immediately. You can even use it if you have health insurance, both during deductible periods and for anything your insurance does not pay for.

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For more information please contact Annie Chapman or call us at (503) 363-1651.
What You Need To Know:
  • Savings Up To 75%
  • The Card is Free
  • Anyone Can Use It
  • No Application or Activation Needed
  • Average Savings of 42%
  • Use for All FDA Approved Medicine
  • Good at 60,000 Pharmacies
The goal of the FamilyWize® Community Service Partnership, Inc is to reduce the cost of prescription medicine for children, families and individuals by $1 billion by the end of 2015. FamilyWize CSP believes that stronger, healthier and happier people make healthier and better communities, and so do we. United Way of the Mid-Willamette Valley is helping to deliver these savings in Marion, Polk, and Yamhill counties by distributing free prescription drug discount cards. These pharmacy discount cards are provided free of charge both to the organizations and agencies helping to distribute the drug cards and to the people who receive the cards.
How's FamilyWize working in our community?
2014 Savings in Marion, Polk, and Yamhill Counties:
Nearly 2,000 claims were made in 2014, representing $39,912 in savings.
The FamilyWize Community Service Partnership was established in 2005 by Dan and Susan Barnes to reduce the cost of prescriptions for people who live and work in Lehigh Valley, Pennsylvania. Distribution of these cards was later coordinated by the local United Way. United Ways in other communities quickly heard about the program and started asking if they could get cards for their communities. Sadly, many families in the United States need a FamilyWize card, either because they have no health insurance or they have to buy medicine that is not covered by their insurance, Medicaid or Medicare plans.
More than thirty thousand community and faith-based organizations, county agencies, doctors, pharmacies, companies, and individuals across the country are now joined together in this partnership to distribute free FamilyWize prescription drug discount cards in their communities, reducing the cost of medicine for people in one out of every two counties in the United States. More than 1,000 participating United Ways, America’s Promise Alliance Partners, and individual counties in all 50 states have volunteered to coordinate these distribution efforts.