A Project of United Way of Greater St. Joseph Since 2010
The United Way FamilyWize prescription discount card is free to anyone who would like one. It can be used as often as needed by anyone for any qualifying prescription; it is like a reusable coupon for many different prescriptions.
The card has no income limits or age requirements and requires no registration. To receive the discounted prescription price, the card should be presented at a participating pharmacy. Those with prescription insurance can present their insurance card and the United Way FamilyWize card at the pharmacy to determine which will offer the most savings.
Where is the card accepted?
To find a list of participating pharmacies in a specific geographic area, visit familywize.org and click on the “Pharmacy Lookup” link. From there, you can click to determine which locally owned and national retail chains accept the United Way FamilyWize card.
What prescriptions are covered?
All FDA approved medicines are covered. Click here to look up a drug cost.
Where can I obtain a United Way FamilyWize card?
-United Way office (118 South 5th Street, St. Joseph, MO 64501; 816-364-2381)
-Clinics operated by Mosaic Life Care and Northwest Health Services
-Get your free card by clicking here.
How can I help distribute United Way FamilyWize cards?
United Way of Greater St. Joseph provides United Way FamilyWize cards at no cost to anyone or any entity wishing to make them available to their patients, clients, customers, or employees. To request United Way FamilyWize cards or holders, please email Kylee Strough or call (816) 364-2381.
United Way of Greater St. Joseph partners with the FamilyWize Prescription Discount Program to distribute cards to anyone needing prescription medications regardless of insurance, government benefits, etc.
United Way of Greater St. Joseph is committed to improving lives through the caring power of community by focusing on education, health and financial stability. The United Way FamilyWize card positively impacts the financial stability and health of local people.
Contact Kylee Strough, President, United Way of Greater St. Joseph