The program is open to all residents of the state of Tennessee.
Tennessee Drug Card is the statewide free prescription assistance program available to all Tennessee residents. The program was launched in May of 2007 as a way to help the uninsured and underinsured afford their prescription medications, and so far, the program has saved Tennesseans over $17 million!
Tennessee Drug Card is a free program that provides savings up to 80% off most brand name and generic medications, and there are no applications to fill out or qualifications to meet. All cards are pre-activated and ready to be used immediately.
Tennessee Drug Card works with Rural Health Association of Tennessee, Home Builders Association of Tennessee, Tennessee Municipal League and Blount Partnership, along with hospitals and clinics throughout the state to help distribute cards to residents in need.
Tennessee Drug Card is accepted at over 68,000 participating pharmacies nationwide, including Kmart, Harris Teeter, Ingles, Schnucks, Target, Walmart, BI-LO Pharmacy and Walgreens. This Program is not insurance
free or at a reduced cost
Check eligibility with the Family Assistance Service Center
TennCare is a government-operated medical assistance program designed for people who are eligible for Medicaid, as well as for some children who do not have insurance. TennCare is a Medicaid waiver, or demonstration, program. Its purpose is to demonstrate that the use of managed-care principles can generate sufficient savings to enable the state to cover more than Medicaid eligible people