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Amgen Safety Net Foundation is a nonprofit patient assistance program sponsored by Amgen that helps qualifying uninsured patients access Amgen medicines at no cost.

To apply for Amgen Safety Net Foundation, patients must meet all program eligibility requirements.

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Amgen Safety Net Foundation supports financially needy uninsured patients and certain underinsured patients who do not have insurance coverage for their Amgen medication. Qualifying uninsured patients must not be eligible for Medicaid, Medicare, or any other financial support options.

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Amgen Safety Net Foundation income requirements are based on a percentage of the Federal Poverty Level, adjusted for household size.

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Eligible patients are enrolled for a period up to 12 months.

When it’s time for re-enrollment Amgen Safety Net Foundation will send out a notification notifying of next steps to continue in the PAP program. The Patient must continue to meet all program requirements to remain eligible.

Yes, if you meet the eligibility requirements, you may qualify for Amgen Safety Net Foundation support and receive certain Amgen medications at no cost.

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Each patient’s case is unique, and Amgen Safety Net Foundation supports underinsured patients who have limited coverage for Amgen medications in certain situations.

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Amgen Safety Net Foundation does not charge patients a fee for its assistance. Amgen Safety Net Foundation is not affiliated with third parties who charge a fee for assistance with enrollment or medication refills. If you are being charged a monthly fee for support from the Amgen Safety Net Foundation, the organization billing you is not the Amgen Safety Net Foundation and you are being charged for support that the Amgen Safety Net Foundation can provide to you directly at no cost.