Diabetes Patient Assistance Resources



These are some resources you can contact in the U.S. for assistance if you cannot afford your prescriptions (insulin, diabetes supplies, etc.):


Additionally, you can talk to a diabetes educator or RN for free through the toll-free diabetes helpline offered by the Diabetes Wellness and Research foundation.

If you still can't find the kind of assistance you need, visit the listing of Government, Private + Charitable Assistance Programs for Persons with Diabetes offered by Islets of Hope, their Diabetes Assistance Program PDF or theSTATE-BY-STATE PARTNERSHIP FOR PRESCRIPTION ASSISTANCE page on dLife.

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Suicide Prevention Hotline: 1-800-273-3635

National Alliance on Mental Illness Information Helpline 1-800-950-NAMI (http://www.nami.org/)

Diabulimia Hotline: 1-425-985-3635 diabulimiahotline.org

Alcoholics Anonymous www.aa.org

Narcotics Anonymous na.org


If you have any other resource you would like to recommend, please let us know.

Last updated by Marie B Aug 23.

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