Frequently asked questions

Who is American-RX?

We are a company of healthcare professional and technologists that advocate on your behalf to help you navigate PAPs and the reduce rising costs of prescription medicines:

  • We have over 600 PAP programs that we track
  • We manage and track over 100,000 prescription medicines and help you find FREE or greatly reduced scripts.
  • We are a company of advocates working to save you and your family expensive RX costs
  • We work for you to save you money

What is a Patient Assistant Program (PAP)?

PAP's are programs created by pharmaceutical and medical supply manufacturers designed to assist Patients who qualify, get prescription medicines FREE or greatly reduced.

How do I enroll/qualify?

Great question! Qualifications vary by med and manufacturer, thats where we come in to simplify and help you navigate the complex world of PAP. Qualification requires 3 important pieces of information

  1. General info (Name, Address, Phone, Email, etc)
  2. Financial qualification (household income, special circumstances, needs based)
  3. Medical (you tell us what prescriptions you take and we will check our databases for the best program to get you meds free or greatly reduced)
We advocate on your behalf to get your meds approved If approved, meds arrive at your house in as little as 10 days (FREE or greatly reduced)

Why would a manufacturer give away meds for FREE?

Several easy to understand reasons:

  • Income Qualification (over 198 Million Americans Qualify, let's see if you do)
  • Tax Breaks
  • Goodwill
  • Philanthropy
  • Special Circumstances (hardship, joblessness, needs based)
  • Expiring Medications (you need a 30 day supply and it expires in 90 days, OK)


1549 Old Bridge Rd.

Suite 201

Woodbridge, VA 22192

877-647-6979 (MYRX)


Monday - Saturday: 8:00am – 8:00pm EST

Sunday: 9:00am – 3:00pm EST

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American Prescription Drug Assistance, LLC (“AMPDA”) is a private company founded to assist consumers who cannot afford or have difficulty affording their prescription medications. Based on income qualifications and pharmaceutical manufacturer guidelines various programs exist to dispense free or low-cost medications to qualified consumers. AMPDA helps qualified consumers access, navigate, qualify for, and obtain prescription medicine for those who meet the criteria specified by the respective pharmaceutical manufacturer.

While AMPDA does provide information and services to qualified consumers, or their employers, AMPDA is not a medical provider, medical insurance provider, a pharmaceutical dispenser, or a pharmaceutical manufacturer. Accordingly, any information or services provided by AMPDA is not and is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis, or treatment. Qualified consumers should always seek the advice of their own physician or other qualified health provider with any questions that they may have regarding any medical condition.


In addition, while AMPDA information and services are aimed at reducing the cost of medications to qualified consumers, AMPDA is not a medical insurance provider and does not guarantee that any particular medication prescribed by the qualified consumer’s medical provider will be covered by any particular free or low-cost and does not guarantee that any particular medication will be covered by the qualified consumer’s medical insurance and is not responsible to the qualified consumer for the costs of any medications not covered by the qualified consumer’s health insurance coverage or otherwise denied. Moreover, as AMPDA is not a pharmaceutical dispenser or distributor, AMPDA is not liable for any errors or omissions made by any pharmaceutical dispenser who may fulfil a prescription prescribed by qualified consumer’s medical provider. Finally, as a provider of information and services to qualified consumers only, AMPDA shall have no liability related to the safety or efficacy of any medication produced by any pharmaceutical manufacturer that may be prescribed to a qualified consumer by a medical provider.


AMPDA has taken care to ensure that the information and services it provides through any means is accurate and up to date. However, subject to the disclaimers and limitations of liability above, AMDPA makes no warranties about the accuracy or completeness of any information or services provided and may modify, alter, or discontinue providing all services and information without notice or obligation to provide notice.

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