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How can those 55 years of age or older get help paying for drugs?

BenefitsCheckUp - Web site: www.benefitscheckup.org (select "Find Benefits Programs")
Provided by the National Council on the Aging, BenefitsCheckUp is an online resource for people age 55 and older who find it hard to pay for their medicines. This resource includes programs in all 50 states and the District of Columbia. By answering questions about where you are, your income, and your medicines, this service can find drug assistance programs that are available to you. The Web site also includes another questionnaire that searches for programs to help with rent, food, property taxes, and other needs.

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