A Life-Saving Insulin Donation

Access to insulin and other medications can be a catch 22. Many healthcare systems require in-person visits in order to renew prescriptions, but it’s not always easy to get an appointment as quickly as you need it. Here’s one family’s story of navigating the challenge.

 

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    Just curious who to reach out I’m having trouble trying to afford my libre sensors and insulin. I have been diabetic for 25yrs and am trying to afford to be able to get back on my insulin pump.i am 28yrs of age and no insurance currently due to moving in with mom during covid .i am currently awaiting trying to get into a pap program but havent herd anything about any updates.ive been denied Medicare medicade and don’t know what else to do and Wal-Mart insulin doesn’t work for me. Thanks – irene

    • Hi Irene,

      We do have quite a few resources on our website that you can explore here: https://tcoyd.org/2020/03/coronavirus-info-resources/
      There are several prescription assistance programs listed, and many of the companies that make insulin also have their own assistance programs as well. You may want to also check in your area to see if there is a free clinic that can help.

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