Free and/or Low Cost Health Care

Please note: This page provided for information only. Men’s Health Network does not endorse the services offered by any facility or company.

Clinics:

Clinics vary in range of services provided and services may vary during the year based on availability of funding. To find clinics in your area, click here.

Contact the administrative office listed or the clinics in which you are interested to verify services available and possible costs before going to the clinic. Also verify location and hours of operation. If the clinic near you does not provide the services you need, ask for the name and address of a clinic that does provide those services.

Please notify MHN if you find an error on this page or if you know of other clinics and services that should be listed. Send the information to info@menshealthnetwork.org

Prescription Drugs:

Some pharmaceutical companies are offering free or discounted prescription drugs to low income families. Follow these links to learn more about those programs.

Pfizer Helpful Answers

Pfizer also offers a Helpful Answers phone service at 1-866-706-2400.

Partnership for Prescription Assistance offers a single point of access to more than 275 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies.

Together Rx Access is a free savings program that helps eligible participants save approximately 25%-40% and sometimes more on over 275 brand-name prescription drugs and other prescription products, as well as savings on a wide range of generic drugs. This program is for families and individuals without prescription drug coverage.

Medicare Prescription Drug and Other Assistance Programs

This government Medicare site provides information on public and private programs that offer discounted or free medication and programs that provide help with other health care costs.

Clinical trials:

You may qualify for a clinical trial. Clinical trials test the effectiveness of the latest treatment for a specific health problem before that treatment is approved for the general public.

You can learn more about clinical trials from the Coalition of National Cancer Cooperative Groups, CenterWatch, ClinicalTrials.com, and at the following government sites:

ClinicalTrials.gov: ClinicalTrials.gov provides regularly updated information about federally and privately supported clinical research in human volunteers. ClinicalTrials.gov gives you information about a trial’s purpose, who may participate, locations, and phone numbers for more details. This site was developed by the National Library of Medicine.

NCI: The National Cancer Institute provides a comprehensive database of cancer clinical trials.

Please note: This page provided for information only. Men’s Health Network does not endorse the services offered by any facility or company.

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