Epilepsy medications are a necessity and often quite expensive. Doctors can usually offer suggestions on how to get prescription medications at a reduced cost and, in some cases, free of charge.​

There are, however, other options available and we have some of them listed below.


Universal Prescriptions

Call and ask for Donna Evans: (800) 556-0669


Connecticut State Medical Society


Costco Pharmacy




GoodRx, Inc.


Needy Meds


Partnership for Prescription Assistance


Together Rx Access



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