The FamilyWize Discount Prescription program is a community partnership that reduces the cost of medicine for families and individuals with or without prescription drug coverage through a partnership with 61,000 pharmacies nationwide. Anyone can use the FamilyWize card at a participating local pharmacy to get a discount on the price of FDA approved name-brand and generic prescriptions. Using a card to save doesn’t require enrollment or personal information. See the participating pharmacies or download your free card. Information is also available for employers.
Frequently-Asked FamilyWize Questions
Why is FamilyWize important?
FamilyWize can help lower the cost of prescription drugs during deductible or waiting periods before you are eligible for an insurance plan, and for medications not covered by your insurance plan. You can save an average of 30% off the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price of prescription drugs, with the highest savings on generic drugs.
What does the free FamilyWize prescription drug discount card do?
The FamilyWize prescription drug discount card is free and offers immediate savings at participating pharmacies. The card can be used by people who have no health insurance, by people with health insurance during deductible periods, and for prescription medicine not covered by health insurance, Medicare and other benefit plans. Please note that FamilyWize is not insurance, nor is it intended to replace insurance.
Who can use the FamilyWize card?
The card works for everyone: there is no membership or registration, no income limit, no age requirement and it can be used and copied as often as needed.
Where can I use the FamilyWize prescription drug discount card?
Many pharmacies in Monroe, Owen, and Greene counties accept the card. See the list of participating pharmacies.
Would you like to help ensure our community members have their basic needs met?
Please consider donating to the United Way Essentials Priority Fund. This fund helps individuals and families meet basic needs with access to sufficient food, a stable place to live, low-cost health care, and the information and skills to manage crises.