Prescription Assistance

What is the Prescription Assistance Program?

GHP has caring, trained staff to help you get prescriptions that are not covered by your health plan.

Our staff will:

  • Help you apply for free or reduced cost medications directly from the drug/pharmaceutical company.
  • Assist in finding programs and community resources that may provide you with your prescription medication.
  • Work with your primary care physician to meet your medication needs.

What is the cost?

There is no cost for using GHP Prescription Assistance. However, some of the programs may have fees. You will be informed of any possible costs.  

How do I get started?

Call the GHP Prescription Assistance Coordinator for more details and to schedule an appointment at 810-232-7740.  You do not need to be a member of GHP to participate in this program.  

What to bring:

  • Original prescription for the needed medication
  • Valid photo ID
  • Social Security Card
  • Proof of all household income for you, your spouse and all dependent children, dated within the last 30 days, including:
    • Paystubs, social security income, disability, rental income, unemployment and all other household income
  • Proof of any child support and alimony paid out
  • If self-employed:  bring your latest tax information (1040 & Schedule C)


GHP works with Familywize and United Way to help individuals receive their medications at a discounted cost. Fill in the below information to receive a discounted cost for your prescriptions or to get your own prescription savings card.

Good Rx

GHP works with Good Rx to help individuals receive their medications at a discounted cost. For more information, including drug cost look up, visit their website here

You can also get a GoodRx Prescription Discount Card for Free by clicking here

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