Prescription Drug Assistance
State & Local Resources
NH Medicaid Program
Toll free phone: (800) 852-3345, ext. 4344
The NH Medicaid program pays for certain health care costs, including prescriptions, for individuals with low incomes.
NH Medication Bridge Program
Telephone: (603) 225-0900
This program is sponsored by the Foundation for Healthy Communities and assists individuals with lower incomes who do not have insurance coverage for prescription drugs. Income limits may vary widely depending upon the medication and manufacturer.
NH ServiceLink Resource Center Network
Toll free phone: (866) 634-9412
A statewide network of community-based resources for seniors, adults with disabilities and their families. There is no cost related to use ServiceLink and it is available to anyone who needs assistance, advice or help with an issue relating to a senior or disabled adult living in the community.
Medicare Prescription Drug Coverage
The new prescription drug benefit is available to all people who have Medicare Part A or Part B, or both regardless of income.
Veterans Administration New England Health Care System
Manchester NH VA Medical Center
Toll free phone: (800) 892-8384, ext. 6073
United States veterans who were honorably discharged from active military service are eligible for discounted medications.
- Medication Samples
Ask your doctor for samples of your prescription drugs.
- Generic Prescriptions
Ask your doctor or pharmacist if there is a generic version of the prescription drug. A generic drug usually costs much less than the brand name drug.
- Emergency Assistance
Contact your town or city offices for information about available assistance to help pay for medications.
- For additional information contact NH ServiceLink at (866) 634-9412.