Please speak with your primary care physician and clinic staff about resources available to help you with your prescription medications. Many clinics affiliated with CareNet have reduced-cost pharmacies on site.
The Pharmacy Counter, which is part of ProMedica, offers special “We Care Pricing” to CareNet members for prescription medications, medical supplies and home medical equipment. Members must present both their CareNet membership card and a picture ID. Please visit or contact the following location for more information.
In ProMedica Toledo Hospital (outpatient pharmacy)
2142 N. Cove Blvd., Toledo
Toledo Family Pharmacy is a family-owned and family-operated business that puts a high priority on pharmaceutical care, one-on-one patient counseling and medication management. Toledo Family Pharmacy accepts all major insurance plans and offers highly competitive prices for medications that may not be covered by insurance. Please visit or contact one of the following locations for specific information.
1601 W. Sylvania Ave., Toledo
324 Main St., Toledo
There are legitimate companies that charge for helping you obtain free or lower cost medications. These companies fill out and submit applications, track your prescriptions and provide other valuable services. You will find some of these listed below. However, you do not need to pay for information about these companies or other prescription assistance programs. This information is free from many good sources including your doctor, CareNet and many websites.
- Companies charging money to find out if you can get free medications.
- Companies charging money with a promise they will find you free medications.
If you have any questions about a website or company, ask your healthcare provider.
In addition to The Pharmacy Counter and Toledo Family Pharmacy, Toledo-Lucas County CareNet also endorses the following programs, which may provide relief to the high cost of prescription medications.
Prescription drug prices are not regulated. The cost of a prescription may differ by more than $100 between pharmacies across the street from each other. To compare prices and for more information, please visit www.goodrx.com or download the app: www.goodrx.com/mobile
Many discount stores (Kmart, Walmart, Sam’s Club, Target, Meijer, Giant Eagle, Kroger, etc.) offer reduced pricing on generic medications. Some provide free prescriptions for specific antibiotics. Contact these pharmacies for specific information on your prescription.
Additional resources for generic medications include:
Both of these companies offer generic prescription services starting at $20 for a 90-day supply. Contact them for specific prescription pricing information.