Does everyone qualify for free medications?
While we cannot guarantee all applicants will qualify for the medications offered directly from pharmaceutical companies, as each company has specific guidelines, we can guarantee respectful, efficient, timely service and care, in both English and Spanish. This program is not designed for emergency medication needs.
Where do people go for assistance?
Conveniently located near you at each of the following locations:
Pacific Coast Health Centers Building Complex
506 East Plaza Drive
Arroyo Grande Community Hospital
345 South Halcyon Road
Arroyo Grande, CA
SLO Noor Free Clinic
1428 Phillips Lane, Ste. B-4
San Luis Obispo, CA
Lompoc Valley Medical Center
1515 E. Ocean Ave
Lompoc, CA 93436
Or Contact APA for more information at 805-614-2040.
How can I help?
You can help two ways; first, you can become a trained volunteer using you computer skills to effectively access the Internet for patients. Second, you can make a financial contribution to the APA effort.
If I need assistance, what do I do?
Call our APA office to determine if there is a patient assistance program for the medication(s) you are taking. Then come by the office with your prescription(s) and your financial documentation (income tax documents or check stubs). You can also go to the RxAssist, patient assistance program link at
No Appointment Necessary!
Client Instructions can be found from the tab above.