Employee retrieving presription from a shelf full of medication.

What is Patient Assistance?

St. Martin’s Healthcare assists our patients with obtaining their prescribed medications through a variety of pharmaceutical donation programs. Each pharmaceutical company has its own requirements and forms to be completed and signed. We understand that this process can be overwhelming and will help you apply for and receive the medication(s) you may be qualified to receive.

What Do I Need for St. Martin’s Healthcare to Assist Me in Applying for Free Medications?

We cannot submit your application(s) for free medication without Proof of Household Income for everyone living in the home. These include:

  • All check stubs from the last 30 days
  • Current year Federal Tax form 1040
  • Child support
  • TANF
  • SSI
  • Pension
  • Disability
  • Social Security
  • Unemployment income

How Do I Obtain Refills?

Once you are approved by the drug company, you will receive a 2-3 month supply of your medication. We will call you when it arrives. If someone else is picking up your medication, you must send a note giving them permission.

When you have a 1 month supply left, it is your responsibility to call the clinic (260) 357-0077 ext 305 to reorder. We cannot guarantee you will be able to get your medication unless you call to reorder.

Yearly re-enrollments for each medication are needed. You must continue your follow-up visits with the clinic’s healthcare provider as required.