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CLINICS


CLINICS ONTARIO DRUG BENEFIT PROGRAM


Toll-Free: 1-800-268-1154 TTY: 1-800-387-5559


The Ministry of Health and Long-Term Care covers most of the cost of prescription drug products for persons belonging to one of the following groups of Ontario residents and having valid Ontario Health Insurance (OHIP): People 65 years of age and older; residents of long-term care facilities; residents of Homes for Special Care; people receiving professional services under the Home Care Program; Trillium Drug Program recipients. In addition, people receiving social assistance through Ontario Works or Ontario Disability Support Program (ODSP) are eligible for Ontario Drug Benefit coverage.


Senior Co-Payment Plan – Single seniors who make less than $16,018.00 annually may


apply for the lower co-payment plan and have their $100.00 deductible fee waived and only pay a $2.00 dispensing fee each time they fill a prescription. (The fee is capped at $2.00.) Seniors in couples that make a combined income under $24,175.00 are also eligible to register for the lower copayment plan. Application forms are available at most pharmacies.


TRILLIUM DRUG PROGRAM


Toll-Free: 1-800-575-5386 TTY: 1-800-387-5559 Persons under age 65 can register in the Trillium Drug Program if they don’t have private insurance coverage or if their private insurance does not cover 100% of prescription drug costs IF they have a valid Ontario Health Card and are a resident of Ontario; and they are not eligible for drug coverage in another category


Ph: 519-756-3333 Fax: 519-756-4433 www.remedys.ca


E:mail: fairviewremedyrx@hotmail.ca 30


Phone: 905-524-5990 , toll free 1-866-959-9913 Visit our website at www.abnursing.ca


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