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In Saskatchewan, families pay a maximum of $25 for prescription drugs if their children is 14 and under.
Apply for assistance if you require immediate treatment with covered prescription drugs and are unable to cover your share of the cost. Available as one-time emergency assistance only.
Pay a maximum of $25 for prescription drugs covered by the government if you are 65 years of age or older and a resident of Saskatchewan.
The government approves coverage for certain drugs which are not commonly prescribed to patients.
Health benefits available for low-income working families who meet the standards of an income test, or are receiving the Saskatchewan Employment Supplement or the Saskatchewan Rental Housing Supplement.
The Guaranteed Income Supplement (GIS) provides a monthly non-taxable benefit to Old Age Security (OAS) recipients who have a low income and are living in Canada.
Information about the benefits residents qualifying for the federal Guaranteed Income Supplements and the Seniors' Income Plan receive in Saskatchewan.
Get help paying for an insulin pump to manage your Type 1 diabetes. The Saskatchewan Insulin Pump Program helps to eliminate some financial barriers for people 25 years old or under.
Get help with the costs of prescription drugs for palliative care patients who are in the late stages of terminal illnesses through the Palliative Care Program.
A secure computer system that contains information about a resident's prescribed and dispensed medications.
Get support to help you live an independent and active lifestyle when afflicted by with long-term disabilities and illnesses through Saskatchewan Aids to Independent Living.
The Saskatchewan Formulary is a listing of drugs approved for coverage under the Drug Plan.
Learn about the Saskatchewan Drug Plan and how to qualify for coverage.
The Seniors Income Plan (SIP) provides senior citizens with the financial assistance required to meet their basic needs.
Apply for assistance with high drug costs in relation to your income through the Special Support Program.
Saskatchewan residents may be eligible for additional health services and products on top of their universal health benefits.
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