More than $600 million in resident’s savings!The NACo Prescription - Health - Dental Discount Program provides relief to uninsured and underinsured Americans who face high prescription, health and dental costs. The program is free to NACo member counties and it has been offering real savings to county residents across the country since 2004. The program, which is administered by CVS Caremark, includes discounts on prescriptions, vision care, LASIK & PRK vision procedures, hearing aids & screenings, prepaid lab work, prepaid diagnostic imaging, diabetic supplies and dental care.
The prescription portion of the program continues to grow, providing average savings of 24 percent on thousands of medications. The savings range from 15 to 75 percent, and the free discount card is accepted at more than 68,000 pharmacies nationwide. Adding the dental discount program enables residents to save on all health services through one program. This program helps residents of NACo member counties save 15 to 50 percent on dental care and is honored by more than 110,000 participating providers nationwide. The dental discounts help people who are uninsured, but can also complement health insurance plans or work with health savings accounts and flexible spending accounts.
The program is FREE for member counties and inexpensive for residents:
- Prescription Drug Discount Card: Free for Residents
- Dental Discount Program: $6.95 month or $69 year for individuals. $8.95 month or $79 year for families
- Medical Services: $6.95 month or $69 year for individuals. $8.95 month or $79 year for families
Counties can get more information on how your county can benefit from the program by clicking here.
The NACo Prescription - Health - Dental Discount Program is NOT insurance.
Program Implementation Contract and Checklist
Want to enroll in the program? You'll need to fill out a contract and checklist and return it to NACo for initial enrollment, or if your county wishes to add the health and/or dental programs. Please contact Alex Koroknay-Palicz for the contract.
Did You Know?
The Affordable Care Act does not cover dental care for adults, leaving a large need for dental care help. A need that the NACo Prescription - Health - Dental Discount Program addresses. Watch this Wall Street Journal report on the ACA and dental coverage.