ACEs | SingleCare | Brain Health
Adverse Childhood Experiences are incidents that harm social, cognitive, and emotional functioning, and dramatically upset the safe, nurturing environments children need to thrive. To learn more about ACES, please click here.
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Please contact United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States to find out where to get your free SingleCare prescription drug discount card. These cards are being distributed through participating United Way partner agencies and other organizations in their area for people with no prescription drug coverage.
There is no cost to you or your family for this discount card and there are no enrollment or eligibility requirements. Find out more information here.
Click here to learn which pharmacies in your county accept the FamilyWize prescription drug discount card. Click here for the medication price lookup tool.
The SingleCare Prescription Drug Discount Card enables you to receive discounted pricing on prescription drugs. It can offer immediate savings on prescription drugs at participating pharmacies for people that have no health insurance, during deductible periods, and for prescription medicine not covered by health insurance, Medicare, and other benefit plans. This is not insurance, nor is it intended to replace insurance.
Simply present your SingleCare card with each prescription from your doctor to the participating pharmacy at the time of purchase to receive your discounts. If you need to transfer a prescription, bring your empty prescription bottle or label with you to the pharmacy.
Save an average of up to 42% or more of the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price of prescription drugs, with the highest savings on generic drugs.
Your cost will be the discount price with the SingleCare card or the pharmacy's usual and customary retail price, whichever is the lower. this means you are assured the lowest price in that store, at the time your purchase the prescription medicine. If the pharmacy's price is lower, there is no savings or discount and the SingleCare card cannot lower the co-pay for medicine covered by insurance.
Creating awareness and reducing the stigma around mental health starts with you. Let's think of mental health as brain health. Become an advocate in the community, create awareness in your workplace, or create awareness around the opportunities you or your organization provide for brain health. Click here to see the training opportunities available to learn more about brain health and more. To provide information on training or opportunity in the community contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Partners working on Brain Health Training Work Group: United Way of Dubuque Area Tri-States, Community Foundations of Greater Dubuque, Substance Abuse Services Center, Dubuque Community YMCA/YWCA, Hillcrest Family Service, Crescent Community Health Center, University of Dubuque, 2-1-1 Information and Referral, Hawkeye Area Community Action Program.