Connection to PAF Resources


PAF Case Management

At PAF, we know that living with a serious health condition can be overwhelming. It can complicate daily life and cause extreme stress for patients and families. Challenges like these can distract from what's most important-- treatment and recovery. 

We can help patients with:

Access to care

  • Getting prescribed medical treatment and services
  • Understanding what your health insurance covers and your options if you don't have insurance

Paying for treatment

  • Getting approvals and payments from health insurance
  • Appealing insurance denials
  • Applying to insurance programs, like Medicaid, Medicare, and the Health Insurance Marketplace
  • Applying to programs that help pay for co-pays and insurance premiums
  • Applying for free or low-cost healthcare and medicine programs
  • Getting discounts or setting up payment plans

Paying for living expenses

  • Applying for programs that can help pay for things like food, rent, utilities, and transportation
  • Applying for Social Security Disability Insurance (SSDI)


  • Helping you use your employee benefits, like health insurance and sick leave
  • Understanding laws like the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) and the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA)
  • Applying for disability insurance to help with income if you can't work; and helping you challenge disability denials, if needed 

Eligibility Requirements

  • Have a confirmed diagnosis of a serious health condition. Or the patient must be getting testing for the condition.
  • Be in active treatment for the health condition or be starting treatment in the next 60 days. Or the patient must have finished treatment in the last 6 months.
  • Be a U.S. citizen or a permanent resident of the United States.
  • Be getting treatment in the United States or a U.S. territory.

Call us today at 1-800-532-5274


Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program

Patient Advocate Foundation's Co-Pay Relief program exists to help reduce the financial distress patients, and their families face when paying for treatment. We believe that no patient should go without life-changing medications because they cannot afford them. We are here to help. Visit us at to apply.

Education Resource Library

PAF’s Patient Education and Empowerment Department creates resources that address a range of topics from medical debt to insurance access and disability benefits. The resources we produce are reflective of real-world experiences that meet the needs of the patients PAF serves. Our Education Resource Library houses our resources in an easy-to-navigate way and provides straightforward information in a variety of formats. Our goal is to help you make informed decisions throughout your healthcare journey. Learn about your health insurance options including Medicare, Medicaid, and commercial options, Social Security Disability eligibility, managing out-of-pocket medical costs, and more by visiting our Education Resource Library today!

Financial Aid Funds

PAF's Financial Aid Funds provide small grants to patients who meet financial and medical criteria. Grants are provided on first-come first served basis and are distributed until funds are depleted. Qualifications and processes for each fund may differ based on fund requirements.

Eligibility is different for each specific fund, refer to the program details to identify if criteria is met.  The purpose of each fund is defined in the fund details. Visit us here for more information on applying:




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