SenioRx

Louisian SenioRxLouisianaSenioRx.org is a program that connects qualified, low-income people with discount prescription drugs, direct from the pharmaceutical manufacturer. Trained counselors are also available to provide Medicare Part D Prescription Drug Coverage plan comparison and enrollment assistance.

 

SenioRx Application: Click link below

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Capital Agency on Aging administers the SenioRx program in the following parishes:

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  • Ascension
  • Assumption
  • East Baton Rouge
  • East Feliciana
  • Iberville
  • Livingston
  • Pointe Coupee
  • St. Helena
  • St. Tammany
  • Tangipahoa
  • Washington
  • West Baton Rouge
  • West Feliciana

Capital Area Agency on Aging, Inc.

P.O. Box 66038
Baton Rouge, LA 70896-6038

Phone: (225) 287-7414 or 1-800-280-0908
Fax: (225) 287-7418

Email: bmitchell@capitalaaa.org

You may be eligible for certain prescription assistance if:

  • You are 60 and older or are 21 and over and have an adult onset disability
  • You have an income below $30,630 annually ($2,552.50 monthly) for a one-person household
  • You have an income below $41,070 annually ($3,422.50 monthly) for a two-person household
  • You do not have insurance covering medications.
  • You are having to pay full price for your prescription drugs or have reached the “gap”
  • You have a chronic illness and are taking prescribed daily medications for the condition.
  • You have not voluntarily cancelled state/federal prescription drug programs or a private reimbursement plan within 6 months.

SenioRx does not provide assistance for obtaining short-term medications to meet acute needs, including antibiotics.

Patients will be assisted with the public or private programs most likely to meet their needs.

LouisianaSenioRx.org helps low-income, uninsured patients:

  • Enroll in more than 150 company patient assistance programs
  • Access more than 1,200 medicines for free or at a low cost
  • Learn how to contact government programs for which they may qualify

* Qualifications vary by programs.