Fact Sheet

Financial Aid for Glaucoma Medications

Learn about financial aid resources that may be available to help cover the costs of your glaucoma prescription medications.

Glaucoma Medications

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The following table lists the phone numbers of pharmaceurtical companies to call to inquire about potential glaucoma medication financial assistance.

Medication Name

Generic

Drug CompanyToll-Free Number

Alphagan®

BrimonidineAllergan1-844-424-6727

Azopt®

BrinzolamideNovartis1-800-277-2254

Combigan™

Brimonidine & TimololAllergan1-844-424-6727

Cosopt®

Dorzolamide & Timolol

Akorn

See table below

Epifrin®

EpinepherineKaleo Cares (Auvi-Q)1-877-302-8847

Glaucon®

EpinepherineAlconSee table below

Iopidine®

ApraclonidineNovartisSee table below

Isopto Carpine®

Pilocarpine

Novartis

See table below

Lumigan®

BimatoprostAllergan1-844-424-6727

Pilocar®

PilocarpineAkornSee table below

Phospholine Iodide®

EchothiophatePfizer1-866-706-2400
Rocklatan™Netarsudil and latanoprostAerie

See table below

Rhopressa®Netarsudil ophthalmic solutionAerieSee table below
Simbrinza®)Brinzolamide and brimonidineNovartis1-800-277-2254

Timoptic®

Timolol

Bausch and Lomb

1-833-862-8727

Travatan®

TravoprostNovartis1-800-277-2254

Trusopt®

Dorzolamide

Merck

1-800-727-5400

Xalacom®

Latanoprost & Timolol

Pfizer (Canada)1-800-463-6001

Xalatan®

LatanoprostPfizer1-866-706-2400


*Corporate number: 1-919-237-5300

The following table lists organizations and phone numbers that provide financial aid for prescription medications.

OrganizationProgramPhone Number
Partnership for Prescription AssistancePrescription Assistance Service1-888-477-2669
RxHopePatient Assistance ProgramsNo toll-free number listed
Eagle Pharmacy (EyeRx Direct)Patient Assistance Programs1-844-813-3864
NeedyMedsPatient Assistance Programs1-800-503-6897
RxOutreachPatient Assistance Programs1-888-796-1234
ConnectiveRxAerie Savings Card1-844-807-9706
MedicarePrescription Drug Plans1-800-633-4227

 

 

This content was first posted on: June 22, 2015

The information provided is a public service of the BrightFocus Foundation and is not intended to constitute medical advice. It should not in any way substitute for the advice of a qualified healthcare professional. Please consult your physician for personalized medical advice; all medications and supplements should only be taken under medical supervision. BrightFocus Foundation does not endorse any medical product or therapy.

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