The program is open to all residents of the state of Missouri.
Missouri Drug Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program available to all Missouri residents. There are no applications, no eligibility requirements and no fees of any kind. The program was launched in July 2008 to help uninsured and underinsured afford their prescription medications. Residents who have insurance, Medicare or Medicaid can also use the program to discount not covered by their pharmacy benefits.
The Missouri Drug Card is working with the Missouri Chamber of Commerce and Industry (MCCI), Missouri State Medical Association (MSMA), Missouri Nurses Association (MONA) and Missouri Restaurant Association. Additionally, chambers throughout the state as well as a number of small businesses are also working with Missouri Drug Card in order to expand card distribution sites throughout the state.
The Missouri Drug Card provides discounts on both brand and generic medications with an average savings around 30%, with some discounts ranging as high as 80%. The program is completely confidential and all cards are pre-activated and do not expire. The program is accepted at over 68,000 pharmacies nationwide including major chains such as: Schnucks, Kmart, CVS/pharmacy, Kroger, Walmart, Walgreens, Target and Rite Aid. This Program is not insurance.
The Missouri Drug Card is a simple solution to the confusing maze of discount programs that have appeared in recent years. Residents can print a free pre-activated card, locate participating pharmacies, and search drug pricing by visiting www.missouridrugcard.com.
Uninsured children who live in Missouri and are under the age of 19 are eligible for MC+ for kids. The gross family income to qualify is based on 300% of the federal poverty level. You must have been uninsured for a minimum of six months (some exceptions may apply).
MC+ for children includes a program for low income children with no costs to the family. There also is an MC+ program for children in families with higher incomes. It is part of the federal Children's Health Insurance Program (CHIP). Families with children in this program may be charged monthly premiums, but the amount is based on family size and income. Children at the CHIP level must be uninsured for six months or more to be eligible for MC+, although there are exceptions.
You may qualify for MoRx if you are a Missouri resident; and in a Medicare Part D Plan and single with an annual gross household income of $20,800 $ 21,660 or less or married with an annual income of $28,000 $29,140 or less.
MoRx is Missouri's State Pharmacy Assistance Program. MoRx was created by the 93rd General Assembly to provide prescription drug assistance to Missourian's in need by coordinating benefits with Medicare's (Part D) Prescription Drug Program