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www.va.gov/health-care/refill-track-prescriptions

In these cases, you’ll need to pick up your prescription from the VA health facility where you get care. You can’t refill some medicines, like certain pain medication and narcotics. You’ll need to get a new prescription from your VA provider each time you need more of these medicines.

veteranrx.com

VeteranRx Prescription Discount Program. Free Program for ALL U.S. Veterans. VeteranRx is a Free Prescription Discount Program for all of America’s Military Veterans and their families. This free program entitles Veterans and their families to significant discounts on both brand name and generic drugs at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide.

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Can I obtain free prescriptions from VA? VA provides medication to eligible veterans who are receiving care from VA medical facilities, and to those veterans authorized by VA to receive care from private physicians at VA expense. VA pharmacies cannot fill prescriptions written by a private physician unless the veteran is specifically eligible.

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The VA prescription drug benefit is part of a comprehensive medical benefits package that covers preventive and primary care, outpatient and inpatient services within the VA health care system. Any eligible veteran can enroll in system and use as few or as many of the medical benefits as desired.

www.va.gov/healtheligibility/costs/MedicareDNotice.pdf

Important Notice from VA About Your Prescription Drug Benefit and Medicare Please read this notice carefully and keep it where you can find it. This notice has information about your current VA prescription drug Benefit and new prescription drug coverage available January 1, 2006 for people with Medicare (Medicare Part D).

www.providence.va.gov/Documents/VA_PHARM_BENEFIT_FAQ.doc

Does the VA provide medications for veterans? The VA provides health care. After you are enrolled, the VA will assign you a healthcare provider. A VA provider may prescribe medications for you but only after s/he evaluates your health. Continue to purchase any medications on your own using your current doctor’s prescriptions until you receive your VA prescriptions.

www.military.com/discounts/veteranrx-military-discount

VeteranRx offers military a free Prescription Card. Receive significant discounts on both brand name and generic drugs at over 60,000 pharmacies nationwide. Cardholders save up to 85% on ...

explore.va.gov/health-care

Most Veterans qualify for cost-free health care services, although some Veterans must pay modest copays for health care or prescriptions. Women Veterans can receive primary care, breast and cervical cancer screenings, prenatal care, maternity care coverage, and other gender-specific services.

explore.va.gov/health-care/spouses-dependents-survivors

Veterans’ Spouses, Dependents, and Survivors Eligibility Overview. A Veteran’s spouse, dependent, or survivor may be eligible for VA health care benefits through programs such as the Civilian Health and Medical Program, Spina Bifida, Children of Women Vietnam Veterans, Foreign Medical Program, and Caregivers.

www.providence.va.gov/Documents/VA_RX_FAQ.doc

Can I have my VA prescriptions filled elsewhere? A. Yes, but certain criteria apply. Discuss this option with your provider. Q5. Can the VA reimburse me for medications or medical supplies I buy on my own while I am waiting for these to arrive from the VA mail center? A. No, the VA will not reimburse out-of-pocket expenses.