Margate, NJ (PRWEB) February 14, 2013
MedicationDiscountCard.com is stepping forward to help tackle some of America's toughest health issues, including mental illness, by offering a prescription discount card.
Mental illness has been a divisive issue in America for some time. While there are crusaders who work tirelessly on behalf of the mentally ill, there are also those who dismiss all mental illness as something to be snapped out of. This lack of understanding can impede sufferers who would like to seek treatment. Even more distressing is how difficult it can be for patients to afford mental health medications. Fortunately, prescription discount cards can help cardholders to save between 10 and 75% on prescription costs.
Depression can prevent sufferers from living up to their full potential and may require medical, social, or employment interventions. Major depression also carries a mortality rate of about 15%, with nearly half of all depression sufferers reporting that they have considered or attempted suicide at some point in their lives. In patients with bipolar disorder, the suicide numbers are lower because they are offset by a homicide rate of up to 10%. Utilizing the Lexapro Coupon offered by Medication Discount Card can help countless sufferers to get the help they need.
MedicationDiscountCard.com offers savings cards for thousands of prescription medications, including many that are used to treat depression, schizophrenia, and bipolar disorder. These cards are free and may be printed from home and used immediately. Alternatively, patients may order prescription discount cards online that may then be printed and mailed to their home at no cost. In addition to the Lexapro Couon Medication Discount Card LLC also offers a:
These cards help patients without prescription insurance coverage as well as those with insurance whose medications are not currently covered by their plan. Prescription discount cards are accepted at more than 59,000 pharmacies across the nation, including major chains and independent drug stores.