Thursday, March 11, 2021

PAF’s Co-Pay Relief Expands Assistance to Cover Insurance Premiums (including HIV/AIDS Fund)

By: Beth Moore, Executive Vice-President of Corporate Communications, Patient Advocate Foundation

Beginning on March 1, 2021, Patient Advocate Foundation’s (PAF) Co-Pay Relief (CPR) program will be expanding its assistance to cover health insurance premiums through their COVID-19, Cystic Fibrosis, and HIV/AIDS & Prevention funds. CPR can directly reimbursement patients for insurance premiums or can pay their insurance premiums directly to their insurance provider. 

Current, new and renewal patients will be able to use their grant award to pay for expenses related to individual medical insurance premiums and to co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles required by the patient’s insurer for medications prescribed to treat and manage their illness. Spouse or family, nor dental or vision plan premiums can be covered by the fund. 

Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program

To learn more, or to apply for assistance, either visit, with access available for patients, providers, and pharmacies, or call our dedicated CPR team toll-free at 866-512-3861. You will know immediately upon completion of the application if you are eligible for assistance, and upon approval you are able to begin using your award right away.          

The Co-Pay Relief Program may help with all therapeutic and supportive medications, including generic or bioequivalent products prescribed to treat and/or manage the patient’s disease or condition. The program helps patients on a first-come, first-serve basis and processes applicants in the order in which their completed applications are received. 

PAF Disclaimer: Enrollment in and financial assistance from any disease-specific fund is provided on a first come, first serve basis to the extent funding is and remains available. PAF will not consider the identity of any physician, provider, supplier of items or services, donor, drug therapy, services or supplies being utilized or the referral source when assessing whether an applicant is qualified for financial assistance from a PAF CPR disease-specific fund. Under no circumstances will PAF recommend or refer an applicant or enrollee to any fund donor, provider, supplier, or product. 


Welcome to Co-Pay Relief!
Welcome to Co-Pay Relief!

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