Prescription Assistance Programs

Manufacturers’ Assistance Programs (MAP), Prescription Assistance Programs (PAP), co-pay assistance, pharmacy drug discounts, and Community Health Network Specialty Pharmacy charity care programs are available to all patients.

For medication assistance please call 833-636-6392.

You will be assigned your own Patient Financial Advocate and Medication Assistance Coordinator (MAC), an expert in specialty medication billing who is available to answer your questions. Billing for specialty medications can be complicated, but our experience in this area enables us to help you receive the most benefit from your insurance and healthcare dollar.

Counselors and Medication Assistance Coordinators are available Monday - Friday, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. to discuss medication assistance programs and answer your questions. They’re located in the Central Outpatient Pharmacy and in key clinical locations. You can also contact a Pharmacy Assistance Counselor by phone at 833-636-6392 or 317-621-3100.

Medication Assistance Program at Community

If you're having difficulty paying for medications, Community Health Network has a medication assistance program for anyone receiving services in our network.

Medication Assistance Program

Did you know? Community has secured $23 million in financial aid for our patients through manufacturer co-pay cards and 501 (c)(3) foundations.

Pharmacy/Prescription Assistance Program (PAP)

You may qualify for the PAP if you:

  • Do not have insurance
  • Are a resident of Indiana
  • Are being treated by a Community Health Network physician or being treated in a Community Health Network clinic
  • Have low income (less than 200% of the Federal Poverty Level). See financial assistance levels at

*Community Health Network's Pharmacy Assistance Program application is available in English and Spanish.

Manufacturers’ Assistance Program (MAP)

MAP programs are from medicine companies who may be able to help you pay for your medications if you:

  • Do not have insurance
  • Do not have enough insurance for high cost specialty medications
  • Have a low income

You may be asked to document your income. Examples of paperwork that may be requested are:

  • Three recent paycheck stubs
  • Three recent bank statements
  • A copy of your insurance card(s)
  • W2 forms, 1040 forms
  • Your most recent state and federal tax return(s)