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Enbrel® (etanercept) assistance programs

The ENBREL Support™ Card Enbrel Support Card

The ENBREL Support™ Card can help insured people afford their co-pay for ENBREL (etanercept).

To qualify, a person must:

  • Must have insurance coverage for ENBREL
  • Must not have government insurance (Medicare, Medicaid)
  • Can have any income level
  • Must not be a resident of Massachusetts or any other state where coupons or co-pay programs are not valid

Support from Independent Foundations

There are nonprofit, independent foundations that may be able to help you afford your co-pay for ENBREL if you have insurance.
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Medications at No Cost for People with Low Incomes

ENcourage Foundation® is a nonprofit foundation that provides ENBREL at no cost to qualifying people.

To qualify, a person must:

  • Be a US resident
  • Satisfy income eligibility requirements
  • Have no or limited drug coverage
  • Not have any other insurance options

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Assistance:
Help paying for medication or other healthcare-related expenses.
Commercial insurance:
A service where a company pays for a person's healthcare-related expenses, including medications and treatments. Commercial insurance differs from Medicare and Medicaid in that a private company runs it.
Coverage:
The healthcare-related expenses that an insurance plan will pay for.
Coverage:
The healthcare-related expenses that an insurance plan will pay for.
Co-pay/Co-payment/Co-insurance:
An insurance plan may pay for most of a medication or treatment, but sometimes the person with insurance will still need to pay a certain amount. When the insurer's part is a fixed amount, it is called a co-pay or co-payment. When the insurer's part is based on a percentage of the cost, it is called co-insurance.
Foundation, Independent foundation:
A non-profit organization that donates funds and support to other groups, or provides funding for its own charitable purposes. Some foundations can help people pay for their medications.
Health insurance:
A service where a company or the government pays for a person's healthcare-related expenses, including medications and treatments.
Medicaid:
A US-government program that helps pay medical costs for people who meet certain low-income limits.
Medicare:
A US-government program that helps pay medical costs for people who meet certain low-income limits.
Out-of-pocket expense:
The money a person with insurance has to pay for a medication or treatment. This can include deductibles, co-pays, co-insurance, or other expenses related to medical care which are not covered by insurance.
Support:
Help paying for medication or other healthcare-related expenses.
Underinsured:
People who have health insurance but may have difficulty paying for the co-payments, co-insurance, or deductibles related to their medications and treatments.
Uninsured:
People who do not have health insurance.