Could You Be Saving Money On Your ADHD Medication? Find Out Here
Many ADHD medication manufacturers offer savings programs to patients — possibly saving you hundred of dollars per year on treatment costs. Use this chart to learn which popular medications, including Vyvanse, Concerta, and Strattera, offer money-saving opportunities to families living with ADD.
Medication can be life-changing for children and adults with attention deficit disorder (ADHD or ADD), but the cost of prescriptions — some of which must be refilled monthly — can add up fast, and many families struggle to manage the high costs of care. In some cases, however, savings programs are available from drug manufacturers, making it more financially feasible for parents and adults to maintain treatment and manage symptoms.
Use the chart below to learn details about ADHD medication savings programs, and click the links to the manufacturers’ websites to learn more information and find out if your family may be eligible. To learn more about each medication, visit our Treatment Reviews page or this chart, which breaks down stimulants and nonstimulants by formulation, dosages, and special considerations.
SAVINGS PROGRAM DETAILS
|Adzenys XR-ODT™||With the Neos RxConnect Program, patients with commercial insurance will never pay more than a $10 copay for their Adzenys XR-ODT™ prescription (adzenysxrodt.com).|
|Concerta®||CONCERTA® Savings Program. Eligible patients using commercial or private insurance can save on out-of-pocket costs.|
|Cotempla XR-ODT™||With the Neos RxConnect program, patients with commercial insurance will never pay more than a $10 co-pay for their Cotempla XR-ODT prescription. (cotemplaxrodt.com)|
|Daytrana®||Savings on Daytrana® program (daytrana.com). Eligible patients pay as little as $20 on up to 12 prescriptions.|
|Dyanavel® XR||Tris Savings Program (coupon.trisadhd.com). Eligible patients pay as little as $20 for their prescription.|
|Evekeo®||Evekeo® Copay Savings program (evekeo.com). If your copay exceeds $30 (insured patients) or $75 (noninsured patients), provide your savings card information to the pharmacist for a discount.|
|Focalin XR®||Focalin® XR Co-Pay Card (focalinxr.com/savings). Eligible patients pay only $10 for a 30-tablet prescription.|
|Intuniv™||Takeda Help at Hand Program, available by application, provides assistance for people who have no insurance or who do not have enough insurance and need help getting their Takeda medicines.|
|Jornay PM™||Jornay PM™ savings offer (jornaypm.com/savings). Pay $0 for your first prescription. Then pay $25 per prescription if JORNAY PM is covered by your insurance, or $75 per prescription if JORNAY PM is not covered by your insurance. Restrictions apply.|
|Mydayis®||Mydayis® Savings Card. Eligible patients pay as little as $30 for a prescription fill until the end of the program.|
|ProCentra®||Patient Coupon (independencepharma.com). Eligible patients pay no more than $10 per prescription.|
|Quillichew ER™||Tris Savings program. Eligible patients pay as little as $20 on each prescription.|
|Quillivant XR®||Tris Savings program. Eligible patients pay as little as $20 on each prescription.|
|Strattera®||Lilly Cares® Foundation Patient Assistance Program (lillycares.com) helps eligible patients receive Lilly medications at no cost. *Does not apply to generic versions of Strattera|
|Vyvanse®||Vyvanse® Savings Card (www.vyvanse.com). Eligible patients may pay as little as $30 per prescription for a maximum savings of $60 each time a prescription is filled.|
|Qelbree™||Qelbree™ Savings Card (qelbree.com). Eligible patients pay as little as $20 per prescription each month, for a year.|
|Wellbutrin XL®||Wellbutrin XL® Co-Pay Savings Program (wellbutrinxl.com). Eligible patients pay as little as $5 per 30-day supply.|
|Zenzedi®||Zenzedi® Copay Savings program (zenzedi.com). Discount for insured and non-insured patients with copay over $30 or $75, respectively. Patients may use the copay savings card each time a prescription is filled for up to 360 days’ supply per year.|