The program is open to all residents of the state of Wisconsin.
Wisconsin Drug Card is a free prescription assistance program available to everyone living in Wisconsin. The program was launched in March 2008 to help the uninsured and underinsured residents of Wisconsin gain access to significant savings on prescription medications at their local pharmacies.
The Wisconsin Drug Card is working with the Medical Society of Milwaukee County to expand card distribution sites throughout the state. No personal information is required to join the program and there are no enrollment forms, no eligibility requirements, and no restrictions of any kind. The Wisconsin Drug Card provides discounts on both brand and generic medication with an average savings around 30%, with some discounts as high as 80%. The card is accepted at Aurora, Kmart, Walgreens, CVS/pharmacy, Pamida, Shopko, Target, as well as over 68,000 participating pharmacies across the country. This Program is not insurance.
The Wisconsin Drug Card is a simple solution to the confusing maze of discount programs that have appeared in recent years. Residents of Wisconsin can obtain a pre-activated free Rx card, search drug pricing, and locate participating pharmacies by visiting www.WisconsinDrugCard.com.
All children under 19 years old at all income levels can enroll in BadgerCare Plus. BadgerCare Plus also covers: parents and caretakers at higher income levels (up to 200% of the FPL, which is $36,620 for a family of three); young adults who are leaving foster care when they turn 18 (regardless of income); parents with incomes up to 200% FPL who have kids in foster care; and farm families and self-employed families. BadgerCare Plus is simple to enroll in.
BadgerCare Plus for Children and Families. All children under 19 years old, at all income levels, can enroll in BadgerCare Plus. BadgerCare Plus also covers: Parents and caretakers at higher income levels (up to 200% of the FPL, which is $36,620 for a family of three); Young adults who are leaving foster care when they turn 18 (regardless of income); Parents with incomes up to 200% FPL who have kids in foster care; and, farm families and self-employed families.
BadgerCare Plus is a Wisconsin ForwardHealth Plan. If you are enrolled, benefits include: Prenatal care, Doctor and clinic visits, Dental Care Prescription drugs, including prenatal drugs, and Labor and delivery. If you are a pregnant woman, you may have family income up to 300% of the federal poverty level. This is $2,707.50 per month for one person.Pregnant women have no premiums or co-payments under BadgerCare Plus. Pregnant women with income between 200% to 300% of the Federal Poverty Level who are insured must keep their insurance. Pregnant women above 300% of the Federal Poverty Level must pay a deductible before they can get BadgerCare Plus. There is no co-payment for pregnancy-related services.