ADHD or Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder is one of the most common mental disorders that affect children and also affects many adults. The symptoms of Attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder include the inability to keep focus, hyperactivity or excessive movement, and even impulsivity. According to the CDC,
The estimated number of children ever diagnosed with ADHD, according to a national 2016 parent survey,1 is 6.1 million (9.4%). This number includes 388,000 children aged 2–5 years, 4 million children aged 6–11 years, 3 million children aged 12–17 years.
There are many different prescription medications that can be prescribed for ADHD. Stimulants are the most commonly used medications for ADHD treatment. They include medications such as Adderall, Vyvanse, Ritalin, Concerta, Jornay OM, or Adhansia XR. They work to treat ADHD by increasing the availability of certain chemicals in the brain by making the pathways work more effectively. They can lessen the symptoms by up to 80%. Although potentially less effective, non-stimulant medications are also prescribed, but usually prescribed in addition to stimulant medication. They also proscribe non-stimulants such as Strattera, Intuniv, or Welbutrin.
Taking these medications and not taking them could be the difference between having a hectic life or having a full life. Sometimes paying for these medications can add up and become very costly, even with the help of insurance. Prescription Assistance 123 was specifically created for those struggling to pay for their prescription medications. Our team offers assistance by facilitating the process by filling out the proper applications that are provided by the manufacturers of whatever medication you are in need of and ensuring the applications are received upon completion. During your initial consultation with us, we will gather your information and prefill your application and send it to you for your signatures. Once the application has been received by the drug manufacturers, it will take anywhere from 7-10 days for the medication to be sent to you. Each assistance program is different and has its own rules and regulations. Most general rules require you to be a US citizen, meet the income requirements, and be paying out of the pocket for your medications.
We understand that paying for these medications is important but not always easy to do. Trying to find ways to pay for those needed and expensive medications can sometimes feel nearly impossible and cause unnecessary stress in a person’s life. Whether it’s because of low income, no insurance, or being uninsured, many Americans find themselves in a place to be unable to afford medication. For those who are underinsured, uninsured, or stuck in the Medicare donut hole, you can get the help that you need. We want all of our applicants to get accepted and get the help they need as quickly as possible. Get the help you need today and let’s get started on your prescription assistance as soon as possible. Now is the time to get the assistance you deserve in a hassle-free way. Let us be your advocate for you through this process!