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Familywize Discount Prescription Card

Familywize Free Prescription Discount Card

How it Works

FamilyWize essentially acts like a huge consumer group buying service for the uninsured and underinsured. The discounts and savings are provided voluntarily by the more than 61,000 participating pharmacies that have agreed to provide prices similar to what they give large insurance companies and employers. The participating pharmacies get more business, in three ways:

  1. FamilyWize directs people with FamilyWize cards to their stores;
  2. people are able to fill more of their prescriptions because of the savings;
  3. people often buy other things when they go into the store to get their prescriptions.

Ultimately, it is the pharmacy that provides your savings. So please remember to thank your pharmacy for its participation in the FamilyWize network and for the important and positive difference they are making for you, your family and your community.

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 coupon. 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.

You ALWAYS get the lowest price. Your cost will be the discount price with the FamilyWize card or the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price, whichever is lower. You are responsible for the entire payment of the prescription medicine purchased after any discounts are applied. The FamilyWize card cannot lower the co-pay for medicine covered by insurance.

Tips to Save More

Select the lowest-cost alternative. Many brand-name prescription medications have a generic equivalent. On average, generics cost 20-70% less and may produce the same results as comparable brand-name drugs. Generic drugs are approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration for safety and effectiveness, and are manufactured under the same strict rules that apply to their brand-name twin. So ask your physician and pharmacist if there is a generic drug that will save you money. If no generic equivalent is available, there may still be a lower-cost alternative within the same class of drugs that performs the functions your care requires. Once again, consult with your physician on these money-saving alternatives.

Obtain a larger supply. In most instances, your cost per dosage will decrease as the amount you have dispensed at one time increases. If you will be taking a medication for an extended period of time, ask your physician if it would be appropriate to prescribe a 90-day supply rather than a 30-day supply.

Consult with your physician about alternative therapies. Before you begin a new prescription medication, talk with your doctor about non-prescription modifications to your lifestyle, diet or exercise. These changes may postpone, reduce or avoid the need for the cost of and taking a new medication.

How to Make Inquiries

Information Needed: You may contact us any time, toll-free, at 866-810-3784 for all inquiries, including, if for any reason, you become dissatisfied with the level of service provided by FamilyWize. When contacting us with an inquiry please include the following: your name, your address, your phone number, the details of your inquiry or concern, a description of the efforts that you have made to resolve the matter, all responses that anyone else has made in response to this inquiry, and how you would like to see that matter resolved.

FamilyWize Address: If you prefer to contact us in writing, please address your inquiry to: FamilyWize Community Services Partnership, Inc., PO Box 1980, Bethlehem, PA 18016. If your inquiry is in writing, we will provide you with a written response to your inquiry within fifteen days of receiving your inquiry.

Participating Pharmacies in Crawford County

PharmacyAddressCity and StatePhone Number
Bertham Pharmacy, Inc1301 N. Allen StreetRobinson, IL(618) 544-2167
Harmons Drug Store, Inc11 E. Main StreetOblong, IL(618) 592-4231
Wal-Mart1304 E. Main StreetRobinson, IL(618) 544-8522

Participating Pharmacies in Knox County

PharmacyAddressCity and StatePhone Number
CVS Pharmacy1500 Hart StreetVincennes, IN(812) 886-4869
QOL Meds515 Bayou StreetVincennes, IN(812) 886-0907
    
Walgreens Pharmacy505 College AvenueVincennes, IN(812) 882-1367
Wal-Mart Supercenter650 Kimmel RoadVincennes, IN(812) 886-0006