Prescription Advocacy & Referral Service

Prescription Advocacy & Referral Service

If you are struggling to pay for prescription medication, SDC may be able to help.

The Prescription Advocacy & Referral Service (PARS) program is a prescription medication assistance program. PARS guides patients through the application process and helps them to more easily receive prescription medications.

PARS is a free service provided to income-eligible clients. Through PARS, SDC can assist you in receiving free or low-cost prescription medications.

PARS helps clients complete and submit paperwork to the pharmaceutical companies that carry the required medications.

Once clients are approved by the pharmaceutical companies, they will receive the medication(s) through the clinic or doctor who prescribed the medication. PARS will also assist with refills.

No medications will be mailed to SDC or kept on the premises at SDC at any time. PARS will also establish relationships with local clinics and doctor’s offices. This will help with receiving client referrals for the program and obtaining the necessary client information for processing applications.

The PARS coordinator is also trained to assist with enrollment in FoodShare, Badgercare Plus, Healthcare Marketplace, and Medicare Savings Program.


  • Clients must possess a prescribed medication provided by their doctor or clinic.
  • Clients must submit an inquiry form below, call SDC, or come in to see the PARS coordinator to start the process.
  • The PARS Program Coordinator will submit the completed paperwork to the pharmaceutical company.
  • After approval, the pharmaceutical company will mail the medication to the client’s doctor or clinic.


The main goal of the PARS program is to ensure clients are receiving and taking their medication(s) as directed. Remain in your best health, save money on medications, and reach healthy outcomes through PARS.

To get started, submit an inquiry form below.

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