Medication Assistance Program

What We Do

The Medication Assistance Program (MAP) is a Safety Net for uninsured, low-income individuals in the state that provides access to free prescription drugs to patients who cannot afford them. This service, currently offered through 109 sites (rural health centers, federally qualified health centers, and community and faith based organizations) matches patients’ eligibility with free medications available through pharmaceutical manufacturers.

Medication Assistance Program Profile
State Fiscal Year 2016 Medication Assistance Program Coverage
If you are a patient in need of prescription drugs, contact a MAP site closest to you to find out if you qualify for medication assistance

 

Contact

North Carolina Medication Assistance Program
Office of Rural Health
2009 Mail Service Center
Raleigh, NC 27699

Ginny Ingram
Community Health Program Manager
Phone: 919-527-6457
Toll Free: 800-533-8847
Email: Ginny.Ingram@dhhs.nc.gov

Sara Kezar
Phone: 919-527-6471
Toll Free: 800-533-8847
Email: Sara.Kezar@dhhs.nc.gov

Patsy Stone
Phone: 919-527-6469
Toll Free: 800-533-8847
Email: Patsy.Stone@dhhs.nc.gov

David Britt
Phone: 919-527-6484
Toll Free: 800-533-8847
Email: David.Britt@dhhs.nc.gov