understanding
your costs
and coverage.

 

Many questions can come up about affording medication. You might be wondering about commercial co-pay assistance, if Medicare will cover your medication, or about what financial assistance may be available.

 
CHECK YOUR COVERAGE
 
 

*Acadia Connect™ patient eligibility and terms and conditions apply.

Icon reflects a $0 co-pay on prescription medication for commercial insurance patients
 

for commercial insurance patients*

Ask your Care Coordinator if you qualify
to pay $0 for your prescription medication

 

for commercial insurance patients*

Ask your Care Coordinator if you qualify
to pay $0 for your prescription medication

 
 

we are here to help.

 

Rest assured, Acadia Connect™ is here to help, and there are options available that may help with medication costs. We've got answers right here on this page.

If you do not have insurance or your prescription is not covered, we can provide information about a patient assistance program. You can always call your Care Coordinator with questions, too.

 
 
 
what type of insurance
do you have?
 
 
 

Government insurance includes Medicare, Medicaid, and other government programs. The United States Department of Veterans Affairs (VA) and the Department of Defense (DoD) offer health plans for people who have served in the United States Armed Forces or those who worked for these agencies.

Commercial Insurance is health insurance you get through your work or a healthcare exchange. It's also known as private insurance. Examples of private insurance companies include Aetna®, Cigna®, and Blue Cross® Blue Shield®.

If you have commercial insurance that covers your prescription with a co-pay or co-insurance, you may be able to get your medication for $0.*

*Acadia Connect patient eligibility and terms and conditions apply.

If you don't have any insurance, you're considered uninsured. If you have insurance but it doesn't cover the cost of your prescription, you're considered underinsured.

The good news is that in either case, you may be able to get your medication for $0 through the Acadia Connect Patient Assistance Program. Your Care Coordinator can check to see if you qualify based on your income and other eligibility guidelines.

If you're not sure what type of insurance coverage you have, your Care Coordinator can share tips for finding out. You may want to check with your doctor's office, medical group, or pharmacy; they often have information on file. You'll also need to see if your insurance coverage is current.

 

For help with insurance terms, check out this useful glossary.

 
 
 

keeping your
insurance
up to date.

 
 
MY INSURANCE CHANGED

If your insurance coverage changes, contact your Care Coordinator right away. Having different insurance might impact the coverage terms for your prescription each month.

With your current or new insurance, you may have options to help cover prescription costs.

 
OPEN ENROLLMENT

Whether you have commercial insurance or government insurance like Medicare, you'll need to renew your coverage every year during the Open Enrollment Period.

Depending on the type of insurance you have, it may be called the "Annual Election Period" or "Annual Coordinated Enrollment Period".

CHECK YOUR COVERAGE
WITH OUR SIMPLE TOOL
 

Use this tool to find out if your current insurance covers the monthly cost of your medication. You can also learn about other financial assistance options.

 
CHECK YOUR COVERAGE
 
 
CHECK YOUR COVERAGE
WITH OUR SIMPLE TOOL

Use this tool to find out if your current insurance covers the monthly cost of your medication. You can also learn about other financial assistance options.

 
CHECK YOUR COVERAGE