Paying for prescription medicine can be expensive and can sometimes create difficult choices. The Prescription Advocacy and Referral Service (or PARS) Program at the Social Development Commission helps income-eligible residents get those medicines at little or no cost. PARS can link residents to participating pharmaceutical companies to provide free or low-cost prescription medications. For more information on the PARS Program and eligibility requirements, click on www.cr-sdc.org/Programs/PARS.htm or call 414-906-2306.
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