Indiana Drug Card recently announced a collaboration with Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® to help raise funds and awareness in support of local children’s hospitals in communities near where your constituents and employees live and work.

Riley Hospital for Children in Indianapolis is Indiana’s only comprehensive children’s research hospital, and the state’s only Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® partner.

CMN Hospitals supports 170 member hospitals that provide 32 million treatments each year to kids across the U.S. and Canada. Donations stay local to fund critical treatments and healthcare services, pediatric medical equipment and charitable care. Since 1983, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals has raised more than $5 billion, most of it $1 at a time through our Miracle Balloon icon.

Right now there’s a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital working to save the lives of kids in your state. In fact, 62 children enter a Children’s Miracle Network Hospital for treatment every minute — that’s one child every second. Some are battling cancer. Some are suffering from a traumatic injury. Others require constant care because they were born too early, or with a genetic disease. Regardless of why the kids are there, Children’s Miracle Network Hospitals® are there to help them.

In collaboration with United Networks of America and Indiana Drug Card, we are working together to save and improve the lives of as many children as possible. The Indiana Drug Card is a free, statewide Prescription Assistance Program (PAP) available to all Hoosiers with no age or income requirements.

The pharmacy coupon card provides Rx medication savings of up to 75% at more than 68,000 pharmacies across the country including CVS/pharmacy, Kroger, Albertsons, Walgreens, Walmart, Kmart, and many more. Although many routine medications may be covered by insurance plans, it is always worth shopping around to see if there is a better rate through a program like this. When individuals fall in their donut hole they can use this program to help offset the costs of high price prescriptions.

Visit Indiana Drug Card to print a free card or check the price of your medication using the Indiana Drug Card. For more information on how your city or town can offer this card in your community, contact Natalie Meyer, Program Director, Indiana Drug Card, [email protected].

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