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Prescription Advocacy & Referral Service (PARS)
The Prescription Advocacy & Referral Service (PARS) is a free service provided to income-eligible clients 60 and over. Funding for this program is provided by the Helen Bader Foundation and the Social Development Commission. Clients are provided assistance in obtaining free or low-cost prescription medications from participating pharmaceutical companies. The support provided by the PARS program coordinator will include assisting clients with completing and submitting the necessary paperwork and documentation to the pharmaceutical companies with prescription assistance programs that carry the medication(s) they need. Once clients are approved by the pharmaceutical companies, they will receive the medication(s) through their clinic/physician who prescribed the medication. No medications will be mailed to SDC or kept on the premises at SDC at any time. The program coordinator will also assist clients in obtaining refills and reapplying for prescribed medications.
PARS will also establish relationships with local clinics and physicians’ offices for the purpose of receiving client referrals for the program and obtaining the necessary client information for processing applications.
Questions or inquiries can be directed to the PARS Program Coordinator at the following address:
PARS Program Coordinator
Social Development Commission
4041 N. Richards Street, Milwaukee, WI 53212