Prescription Assistance

GHP is a community-initiated non-profit program designed to provide health care coverage to the uninsured residents of Genesee County. The role of GHP is to improve the access to the health care system for low-income and indigent Genesee County residents by providing them medical “home” and providing coverage for health care services through a managed health care system.

How does it Work?

  • If you are prescribed a medication not covered by Genesee Health Plan, call our offices at (810) 232-7740 and request to speak to a Prescription Coordinator. 
  • We may be able to assist you in obtaining your medication directly from the pharmaceutical company or other resources.
  • Programs offered through the pharmaceutical companies are independent of Genesee Health Plan and have their own program guidelines and requirements. 
  • Our Prescription Coordinators are here to help you navigate this process. 

How Do I Qualify?

Each pharmaceutical company has its own eligibility guidelines, so see a Prescription Assistance Coordinator for details.

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 (810) 232-7740 to schedule an appointment with a Prescription Assistance Coordinator. You will need to bring proof of household income such as a pay stub, tax forms, or an unemployment letter, and a list of medications you are currently taking.

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