If you are in need of assistance obtaining insulin or supplies or if you need help with a specific resource listed below, please feel free to e-mail us or direct message any of our social media accounts.

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Stanislaus and Merced Counties

This is a partnership between Legacy Health Endowment, Eli Lilly and Company, and Boies’ Medical Center for Eli Lilly insulin.

To receive Lilly insulin through this initiative, patients must have either a high co-pay, no insurance coverage, or be enrolled in Medicare Part D. Patients will pay just $35 for their insulin.

Fill your prescription at Boies’ Medical Center Pharmacy or have your existing prescription transferred there. The pharmacy will also provide free diabetes testing supplies to people enrolled in the program. The insulin program is not available outside of Boies’ Medical Center Pharmacy.

If they’re unable to afford the $35 co-pay, free insulin is available by enrolling at  

  • Prescription Plus Program and Insulin Program participants’ family income must be below 300% of the federal poverty level ($37,470 for an individual or $77,250 for a family of four).
  • Charitable Pharmacy Program participants’ family income must be below 200% of the federal poverty level ($25,520 for an individual or $52,400 for a family of four).

The program is only open to the following ZIP codes: 95301, 95303, 95307, 95313, 95315, 95316, 95322, 95324, 95326, 95328, 95334, 95358, 95360, 95363, 95374, 95380, 95381, 95382, and 95388.

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If you are completely out of insulin or in DKA please seek emergency help.

We know that the costs of emergency care are outrageously expensive. Your life is worth it. We care about you and will do our best to help you with fundraising resources to cover the costs.

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