Indiana Drug Card Media Center
Brownsburg residents may now get a pharmacy discount card from the Town of Brownsburg. The Indiana Drug Card is a free statewide prescription assistance program to help uninsured and under-insured residents afford medications.
The discount card can be used at major drug stores nationwide. Savings on prescriptions average 30 percent with the card, but can be as high as 75 percent. All Indiana residents are eligible for the program, which can also help part-time workers who don't qualify for benefits and insured people who have high deductibles or prescriptions that are not covered by insurance.
Free pre-activated cards are available in the Town Hall lobby. There are no forms to fill out and the program does not have age or income restrictions. Simply stop by Town Hall at 61 N. Green Street to pick up the card and ask the pharmacy to process your prescription through the Indiana Drug Card to begin enjoying the savings. Each family member must have their own individual card.
The Indiana Drug Card has an open formulary, which means that all drugs are included. A complete list of the prescriptions and the discounted price can be found at www.indianadrugcard.com. Click the "medication pricing" link. Residents can also download and print discount cards online at www.indianadrugcard.com.