Learn More About Patient Assistance Programs

There are several programs and resources designed to assist individuals and families grappling with the financial burden of living with an inheritable bleeding disorder. The National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF) continues to update this resource with applicable programs. The information in this article was updated in Summer 2023.

Note: Great Lakes Hemophilia Foundation helps the Wisconsin bleeding disorders community through assistance with insurance premiums, medical bills, emergency basic living expenses and medical ID jewelry. Learn more about GLHF’s Patient Financial Assistance Program.

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$0 Co-pay Program (Kovaltry and Jivi)

Reimbursement for Lab Testing (Kovaltry and Jivi)

Free Trial Program (Kovaltry and Jivi)

Patient Loyalty Program (Kogenate, Kovaltry, Jivi)

Live Helpline Support (Kogenate, Kovaltry, Jivi)

More information:

CSL Behring

“My Access” Program

Patient Assistance Program

Assurance Program



We realize there is increased anxiety among patients, caregivers, and their families, as resources are stretched due to losses in wages or health insurance. We want to reiterate that we are here to help and our financial assistance programs remain open and operational across all therapeutic areas for both new and existing patients. Please visit: https://www.genentech-access.com/patient/brands/hemlibra.html or call (866) 422-2377.

In addition, we are supporting patients and health care professionals to best navigate the complexities of social distancing while continuing treatment. The Genentech Patient Foundation, which provides free medicine to qualifying patients, is able to modify shipping locations and frequencies to ensure needed medicine gets to the right place for the patient to be safely treated.

HEMLIBRA Access Solutions

HEMLIBRA Co-Pay Program

Genentech Patient Foundation


Factors for Health:

Patient Care Programs-Grifols Assurance for Patient (PAP)

Patient Assistance Program (PAP)

Medexus Pharma

IXINITY Savings Program

IXINITY Patient Assistance Program


Novo Nordisk

Product Assistance Program




Octapharma created Factor My Way, a robust patient support program designed for and by those living with hemophilia A and von Willebrand disease, and for those who help them. Membership in Factor My Way is complimentary, open to anyone living in the US who is at least 18 years old.

Factor My Way: Free Trial Program

Factor My Way: Compassionate Access Program

Factor My Way: Co-Pay Assistance Program

Factor My Way Support Center


Pfizer’s dedication to the hemophilia community extends beyond science and innovation. That’s why they offer Pfizer Hemophilia Financial Support Resources and Programs to help eligible patients on their treatment journey. 

Pfizer Hemophilia Connect

Pfizer Factor Savings Card

Pfizer Free Trial Prescription Program

Sanofi Genzyme

ALPROLIX Financial Assistance Programs

Programs information page: https://www.alprolix.com/resources/financial-assistance

ELOCTATE Financial Assistance Programs

Programs information page: https://www.eloctate.com/resources/financial-assistance



At Takeda, our highest priority is the patients we serve. Our Hematology Support Center team is available to support patients with their Takeda treatment especially during the COVID-19 pandemic. Our financial assistance programs remain open and operational. Patient Access Managers (PAM) are available to provide insurance and access education and support for patients currently on Takeda products. PAMs can also help to address barriers to treatment access. Patients and caregivers can call the Hematology Support Center for more information: 888-229-8379 Mon-Fri | 8:30 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. ET | https://www.hematologysupport.com/

Freedom of Choice:

Hematology Support Center- Financial Assistance

Takeda’s Hematology Support Center (HSC) is a team dedicated to help patients who have been

prescribed Takeda hematology products including:

HSC Copay Assistance Program

Patient Assistance Program:

Other Assistance Programs

PAN has developed a free resource to simplify the search for financial assistance for all charitable programs. It is a web-based and accessible at www.fundfinder.org.

Source: National Bleeding Disorders Foundation (NBDF) (formerly National Hemophilia Foundation), Updated: Summer 2023

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