Attention Seniors

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Do You Need Help with Prescription Drug Costs?

If you’re looking for help paying for your pre- scriptions, there are a number of local and federal agencies and programs you can contact:
State human service agencies provide direct as- sistance to people in distress and referrals to other local organizations that may be able to help. Visit:
Local health centers serve people with limit-
ed access to healthcare. Your annual income and family size determines your ability to pay, accord- ing to the moCstarlelceUntsfeTdoerdalapyoverty guidelines. Visit:
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Medicare’s Prescription Drug Program can pro-
(732) 845-3332
vide extra help with the cost of prescription drugs
if you’re a Medicare beneficiary. Visit: https://
• Free Door-to-Door Transportation
• Health Evaluations
Eldercare Locator, a public service of the U.S.
Administration on Aging connecting you to ser-
• Bi-Lingual staff
vices for older adults and their families. You can
also reach them at 1-800-677-1116 or http://www.
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