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Financial Assistance

At UCB, patients are at the heart of everything we do. It is vital that we continue to listen to the evolving needs for improved solutions for healthcare providers, patients and their caregivers. Working with healthcare providers and patients directly, we are seeking to better understand how to partner across the entire spectrum of needs including clinical, economic, social and personal. 

 UCB is committed to ensuring that appropriate patients, prescribed our medications, have access to these products. 

 Through the UCB Financial and Access Assistance Programs, we provide a variety of solutions to address the need for eligible and qualified patients to have access to their prescribed medication. The following information outlines more details about these programs.
Prescription Co-Pay Assistance
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Co-pay programs are in place to assist qualified commercially insured patients with out-of-pocket cost responsibilities for prescription medications.

If you have commercial insurance and meet other criteria, a co-pay card might be able to help you with the out-of-pocket costs of your medicine. 
If your insurance is funded in whole or in part by any state or federal government agency, you are not eligble for co-pay assistance, Please see the section on non-UCB Financial Resources
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If you are a patient prescribed a UCB neurology product including: BRIVIACT®, VIMPAT®, NEUPRO® and would like to apply for a co-pay assistance card, please contact the program by clicking the appropriate product below:

To enroll in the Briviact copay assistance program you may go to or call 888-786-5879
To enroll in the Vimpat copay assistance program you may go to or call 888-786-5879
To enroll in the Neupro copay assistance program you may go to or call 855-841-0263

If you are a patient prescribed CIMZIA® (certolizumab pegol) and would like co-pay assistance, please contact the CIMplicity program at 1-866-4-CIMZIA

To enroll in the Cimzia copay assistance program you may go to or call 1-866-4-CIMZIA
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If you have public or government sponsored insurance or private commercial insurance, UCBCares has gathered information for resources that may help you afford your medicine.

The following provides a listing of financial assistance resources and foundations that may be of help to you.

Click here for  Financial Resources beyond UCB
UCB Patient Assistance Program
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If you do not have health insurance, or have been denied coverage by your health insurance provider, you may be qualified for the UCB Patient Assistance Program. If you believe you qualify for this program, you may download and print the program application below or use the online application link below and follow instructions for returning.

Click Here to Download and Print the Patient Assistance Application Click Here to Apply Online
Medicare Open Enrollment Guide
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The following Guide was designed as a tool to optimize your choices when selecting a Medicare plan during the annual open enrollment period October to December.

Click Here for the Open Enrollment Checklist

For further information, you may also contact UCBCares at 844-599-CARE (2273) for assistance.

Patient Assistance Programs Statement of Intent
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At UCB, patients are at the heart of everything we do.

Working with physicians and other healthcare professionals, we engage with patients to better understand their clinical, economic, social and personal needs. What matters most is how we at UCB can add more value to support patients on their healthcare journeys. We’re not just treating a disease; we’re caring for individual people.

Staying true to these core beliefs, UCB is committed to ensuring that all patients, whose physicians have prescribed our medications, are able to access these products. Through the UCB Patient Assistance Program, we provide some medications at no cost to eligible and qualified patients who are uninsured or underinsured who otherwise have no access to the UCB medicines prescribed by their physician. We are committed to an ongoing dialogue with patients, healthcare professionals, insurance companies, policymakers and regulators to promote innovation and new medical discoveries while also doing our part to alleviate some of the cost burden for those living with severe diseases.