In these economic times, you – like many others – might be wondering how you're going to pay for your prescriptions. If your doctor has decided to prescribe HUMIRA (adalimumab) for you, don't let your financial concerns prevent you from getting started. The HUMIRA Protection Plan may be able to help, regardless of whether you're insured or uninsured, employed, unemployed, or even retired. Please click here for HUMIRA Uses and Important Safety Information, including risk of Serious Infections. HUMIRA is not right for everyone. Only your doctor can decide if HUMIRA is right for you. Get started today!
Once your doctor has prescribed HUMIRA, obtain a HUMIRA Protection Plan card from him/her, or click HERE to order one.
Activate your card at HUMIRAHelp.com or by calling 1-877-5HUMIRA (1-877-548-6472).
*This program is not valid for co-pay assistance amounts are subject to predetermined limits.
The HUMIRA Protection Plan offers financial assistance options for just about everyone:
Employed with Rx Insurance
You can reduce your co-pay to $5 month*
Unemployed and Uninsured
You may be able to get HUMIRA at no cost to you through the Abbott Patient Assistance Foundation
You may be able to get help from an independent co-pay foundation
HUMIRA Advocates are available from 8:00 AM – 8:00 PM E.S.T. to help you.* This program is not valid for prescriptions reimbursed under Medicare, Medicaid, or similar federal or state programs or private insurance in the Commonwealth of Massachusetts . Monthly co-pay assistance amounts are subject to predetermined limits. Please see the Medication Guide for HUMIRA at http://rxabbott.com/pdf/humira_medguide.pdf and discuss it with your doctor.