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SenioRx

SenioRx Brochure

The key to healthy aging is living a healthier lifestyle now.

SenioRx is a program for Alabamians age 55+ and persons with disabilities diagnosed with chronic medical conditions requiring daily medication. The program aims to help people manage their chronic illnesses earlier and prevent more serious health problems later in life.

SenioRx is a prescription drug assistance program that helps thousands of Alabamians receive free prescription drugs from pharmaceutical manufacturers.

To qualify for free prescription drugs, you must be at least 55 years of age with chronic medical conditions, have no prescription drug insurance coverage and your income must be at or below 200% of the federal poverty level. Social Security disabled individuals of ANY age in the 24 month Medicare waiting period are eligible for medication assistance. For more information on social security disability go to www.socialsecurity.gov.Volunteers and local coordinators help seniors apply for drug assistance programs provided by pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Additional Information on SenioRx:
2014 Income Limits for SenioRx Individual yearly income ----------------@ $23,340
Individual monthly income -------------@ $1,945
Couple yearly income -------------------@ $31,460
Couple monthly income ----------------@ $2,622

To find out more, call your local Area Agency on Aging at 1-800-243-5463.

Download a SenioRx Intake Form

Both of the files require acrobat reader.

To Contact Your Local Area Agency On Aging, Please Call:
1-800-AGELINE (1-800-243-5463)



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