Patient Programs

Copay Assistance, Premium Assistance, and more

Open:

Funding is available. Applications are currently being accepted.   

Closed/At Capacity

Not currently accepting new patient applications. Simply click on the desired program to join our wait list.

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 *Waitlist:

 If a program does not have funding for new patients or has been closed, PSI offers patients the option of being placed on a list to be notified if the program resumes providing financial assistance.  When and if monies become available or the program re-opens, PSI will provide financial assistance to all eligible patients on the Waitlist on a first-come, first serve basis.

PSI will not share the Waitlist with any Donors or any outside individual or entity.

 

Insurance Types

To determine what programs might be available to you, please select your current insurance type. Due to legal guidance, patients who have both private (commercial) and public (federal) coverage, are only eligible to receive support through our programs for publicly insured patients.

A health insurance policy that is supported by federal or state funds. Examples include all forms of Medicare, Medicaid, Tricare, Champus, or Veterans.

Acromegaly - Publicly Insured
Acute Lymphoblastic Leukemia - Publicly Insured
Alpha1 - Publicly Insured
Alzheimer's - Publicly Insured
Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis - Publicly Insured
B-Cell Lymphoma - Publicly Insured
Beta Thalassemia- Publicly Insured
Breast Cancer - Publicly Insured
C.M.L. - Publicly Insured
Chronic Obstructive Pulmonary Disease - Publicly Insured
Circadian Rhythm Disorders - Publicly Insured
Diabetes - Publicly Insured
Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy – Publicly Insured
Epilepsy - Publicly Insured
Fabry - Publicly Insured
Fibrodysplasia Ossificans Progressiva - Publicly Insured
Gastrointestinal Stromal Tumors - Publicly Insured
Gaucher Disease - Publicly Insured
Guillain-Barré Syndrome - Publicly Insured
Hepatitis C - Publicly Insured
Hereditary Angioedema - Publicly Insured
Huntington’s Disease – Publicly Insured
Hypoparathyroidism - Publicly Insured
Idiopathic Pulmonary Fibrosis - Publicly Insured
Immune Thrombocytopenic Purpura - Publicly Insured
Inflammatory Bowel Disease-Publicly Insured
Inherited and Acquired Factor Deficiencies - Publicly Insured
Inherited Retinal Diseases - Publicly Insured
Kidney Stones - Publicly Insured
L.A.L. - Publicly Insured
Lambert-Eaton Myasthenic Syndrome - Publicly Insured
Lung Cancer - Publicly Insured
M.P.S.1. - Publicly Insured
M.P.S.7. - Publicly Insured
Multifocal Motor Neuropathy - Publicly Insured
Multiple Myeloma - Publicly Insured
Multiple Sclerosis - Publicly Insured
Pancreatic Cancer – Publicly Insured
Parkinson's - Publicly Insured
Pompe - Publicly Insured
Primary Immune Deficiency - Publicly Insured
Progressive Familial Intrahepatic Cholestasis - Publicly Insured
Prostate Cancer - Publicly Insured
Pseudobulbar Affect and Underlying Neurological Disease Fund - Publicly Insured
Severe Combined Immunodeficiency - Publicly Insured
Sickle Cell Disease - Publicly Insured

A health insurance policy purchased by an employer or by an individual from a private insurance company. Examples include Group, COBRA, Individual, Marketplace, High Risk, GEHA (Government Employees Health Association), FEHB (Federal Employees Health Benefits), and State Employee Health Plans.

 

Not covered by insurance.

 

 

PSI regularly updates our list of assistance programs. Please note that programs listed may change as PSI adds services or support for newly funded programs. Likewise, the list may change as funding or support changes, or is no longer available for specific illnesses. Please see a complete list of all PSI programs here. Programs may include assistance types such as copayment, premium, ancillary services, infusion and nursing services, or travel.

Recommend a Future Program

Not seeing a program for your diagnosis?

Please click here to complete this form if you would like to recommend a future assistance program for your diagnosis.

We value your input as we work to expand our services.