Independent Co-pay Foundations

If you have health insurance, Medicare or Medicaid you may qualify to receive help from nonprofit, independent foundations that can help you afford your co-pay for Amgen medications. Amgen and our industry peers recognize the responsibility to support patient access, and in particular help financially needy patients access needed medicines.

Select a disease below, and the foundations that support the disease will be listed.

Availability of funds changes frequently. Increasing demand for co-pay foundation support cannot be met by one company alone and requires engagement from across the industry. Please contact each foundation directly for more information and to find out if you qualify for assistance.

Anemia (chemotherapy induced)
Ankylosing Spondylitis
Bone Metastases
Cancer Treatment Induced Bone Loss
(breast cancer)
Cancer Treatment Induced Bone Loss
(prostate cancer)
Colorectal Cancer
Chronic Renal Insufficiency/Chronic Renal Failure
Idiopathic Thrombocytopenic Purpura
Neutropenia(chemotherapy-induced)
Post-Menopausal Osteoporosis
Plaque Psoriasis
Psoriasis
Psoriatic Arthritis
Rheumatoid Arthritis
Secondary Hyperparathyroidism

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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.