Alliance for Pharmaceutical Access (APA) is a nonprofit organization that provides linkages to Pharmaceutical companies that offer medications to community members who meet their qualifications. The highly trained compassionate APA advocates assist community members through the application process by providing individualized services, at no cost.

Since 2004, APA has been working diligently with its physician, hospital, and business partners to close the inequity gaps in medication access for the medically uninsured/underserved. Let us help you navigate the process.

What Do We Provide?

APA offers an advocate whom you can trust to guide you through the pharmaceutical application process so that we can work together to obtain your prescribed medications. Thanks to our generous and giving community and individuals, we are able to provide the services to you at no charge. Our approach to assisting you with medication advocacy involves organization, computer assistance, follow-up phone calls and confidentiality.

Access to life-saving treatments through PAPShare

You may find your medication through a Patient Assistance Program (PAP). PAPs are created by pharmaceutical companies to provide discounted or no cost medications to people who are unable to afford them. Each program has its own qualifying criteria.

Search PAPShare now for your medication.

How do we do this?

By accessing medication through patient assistance programs, often they are available discounted or at no cost. APA is the link between those in need and the patient assistance programs.

If a client needs specialty or brand name medications, we help you enroll in the Patient Assistance Programs; if you qualify for Medi-Cal we refer you to the Department of Social Services office or certified enrollment counselor. If you are commercially insured, have Medicare or Medi-Cal but are unable to afford the co-payments for your medications, we can seek other assistance programs.

Whom Do We Serve?

Any person who needs access to discounted or no cost medications and who has a valid prescription from their Doctor.

See example listing of drugs and conditions under Medications.

Client Instructions can be found by clicking the Instructions tab at the top of any page.