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If you are currently taking or considering starting on a multiple sclerosis (MS) medication, use the links below to review the various patient assistance programs that are available. If you are enrolled in a specific program, please check these sites periodically to ensure you have the most current information.

Infusion Center Resources

National Infusion Center Association - non-profit patient advocacy organization which offers an online Infusion Center Finder to locate centers throughout the U.S. that administer IV/injectable medications. NICA also provides online consumer education to help patients learn more about infusion services.

Additional resources

The following nonprofit organizations also offer programs that may be able to help people who have insurance and still need help with the cost of their disease-modifying therapy.  The assistance offered by these organizations is separate from what is offered by the medication-specific programs (noted above). We encourage you to access both sets of resources.

Copay assistance programs frequently open and close due to fluctuating funding levels. If you would like to receive an email or text notification when one of the above copay assistance programs has opened, we suggest using this free tool:

For help finding assistance with medications other than the MS disease-modifying therapies, please visit NeedyMeds, a trusted national non-profit information resource. Use the NeedyMeds site  or call 1-800-503-6897 to find all available programs for a medication (brand-name or generic) or condition. Access to the site is free and requires no registration.

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