During this time of extremely high call volume, our team is working diligently to respond to inquiries as quickly as possible on the day they are received. 


If you have not received a response from our team or your submitted documents show as pending in your portal, please know these are in queue to be reviewed in the order they are received. Submitting multiple emails, portal messages, or phone calls adds time to the review process for our team and results in additional delays in our ability to respond to inquiries.  


To help us better assist you, please utilize one of the following options: 1. Visit your respective patient, provider, or pharmacy portal to enroll, re-enroll, or check grant status. It takes approximately 10 minutes to apply on average, and your application is acted on in real time: https://healthwellfoundation.my.salesforce-sites.com/patients.  2. Email grants@healthwellfoundation.org if your inquiry cannot be answered via the portals. 3. Request a callback through our interactive voice response system and a representative will respond to your inquiry on the same day it is received (note, this may be outside of normal business hours). 


We understand the importance of timely and complete responses and serving you is our number one priority. Please help us help you by submitting one inquiry only.  


Thank you for your patience during this time. 

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Important Message

Thank you for visiting our Resource page. Please note that we follow strict protocols with regard to the organizations that we list on our site. At this time, we are only able to list non-profit (.org) or government (.gov) organizations that focus on areas that are aligned with our program. Currently, our guidelines prohibit us from listing for-profit or .com organizations.

Please note that you are welcome to send us an email with your resource request and we will keep it on file for future consideration should our policy change.  Thank you again for visiting our website and for your interest in our program.

The HealthWell Team

Resource List

  • Uninsured Resources
  • 2-1-1 Services

    2-1-1 is a United Way program (resource hub) available in many states. You can get information and referrals to human services programs for day-to-day needs and for emergencies.


    Benefits.gov helps American citizens determine their potential eligibility for more than 1,000 government-funded benefit and assistance programs.

    Dollar For

    Dollar For is a national nonprofit that provides tools for families to quickly know whether they qualify for charity care and advocate for patients to receive their full benefits.

    Federally Qualified Health Centers (FQHCs)

    FQHCs offer primary care services on a sliding fee scale based on a patient’s income. They accept private insurance but are required to offer services to the uninsured.


    findhelp is a free-to-use search engine for social services providers and the people they serve. Put in your zip code, and findhelp connects you to a list of programs broken into categories such as food, housing, care, and transit.

    Local health departments

    Search online for your local health department to find free information about your city or county’s public health initiatives, prenatal/baby care, preventive care opportunities, health clinics, and screening events.

    Local Help

    Search the online directory by city and state or ZIP code to get a list of local people and organizations who can help you apply for healthcare, pick a plan, and enroll. Some offer help in languages other than English, other specialized services, or in-person help.

    Local homeless shelters

    Homeless shelters may provide free medical services for residents.

    Local volunteer or free clinics

    Free and charitable clinics fill gaps in health service provision. They are independent of insurance coverage, and they are predominantly for the uninsured or underinsured.

    Medicine Assistance Tool (MAT)

    MAT is a platform designed to help patients, caregivers and health care providers learn more about resources available through patient assistance programs for those who need financial support due to lack of insurance or inadequate prescription coverage.


    NeedyMeds is a national non-profit organization that maintains a website of free information on programs that help people who can’t afford medications and healthcare costs, including vitamins & supplements.

    Rural Health Clinics (RHCs)

    RHCs serve patients in rural areas. While they are not required to provide care to the uninsured, many will provide care to the uninsured on a sliding fee scale.

    State health departments

    Search online for your state health department to find free information about your state’s public health initiatives, prenatal/baby care, preventive care opportunities, health clinics, and screening events.

    The Hill-Burton Program

    Hill-Burton health care facilities nationwide are obligated to provide free or reduced-cost care to those who qualify.

    U.S. Department of Veterans Affairs

    For those who have served in the military, you may be eligible for medical care and prescription coverage through a local Veterans Affairs facility.

    Zero cost-sharing and limited-cost sharing plans

    If you’re an American Indian or an Alaska Native, you may have new health coverage benefits and protections in the Health Insurance Marketplace.

Product-Specific Programs

Before applying to HealthWell, we strongly encourage you to contact the manufacturer of your medication. In many cases, manufacturers offer generous copayment card or coupon-type programs that provide greater assistance than non-profit copayment foundations, especially for commercially insured patients. Likewise, if HealthWell does not support the medication you or your patient need assistance for, you may be able to find assistance through the manufacturer.

Mental Health Screening Tool

Mental Health Screening Tool


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