Health care coverage is one of the top concerns for people in our community. The United Way of Clinton County, Iowa is committed to helping people increase access to affordable health care and getting everyone the medicine they need. Many people who live and work in our community struggle to pay their bills and have to choose between getting the medicine they need and paying for food, rent or utilities.
We are pleased to partner with FamilyWize to offer this important free prescription discount card program to help everyone in our community. The FamilyWize Prescription Drug Discount Card enables you to receive discounted prices on prescription drugs. It can offer immediate savings on prescription drugs at participating pharmacies for people that have no health insurance, during deductible periods and for prescription medication not covered by health insurance, Medicare and other benefit plans. This is not insurance, nor is it intended to replace insurance.
Text the word "family" to 700700 to receive FamilyWize Card information sent to your phone. After you've received the card information, simply present your FamilyWize Card with each prescription from your doctor to the participating pharmacy at the time of purchase to receive your discounts. If you need to transfer a prescription, bring your empty prescription bottle or label with you to the pharmacy.
Save an average of up to 30% or more off the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price of prescription drugs, with the highest savings on generic drugs.
Your cost will be the discount price with the FamilyWize Card or the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price, whichever is lower. This means you are assured the lowest price in that store, at the time you purchase the prescription medicine. If the pharmacy's price is lower, there are no savings or discount and the FamilyWize Card cannot lower the co-pay for medication covered by insurance.
You can change someone's life by printing FamilyWize Cards and giving them out to your friends, neighbors and co-workers, or just handing one to someone in line at the pharmacy or supermarket.