Answers to frequently asked questions are below.


The Organon patient assistance program provides certain Organon medicines for free to people who do not have prescription drug or health insurance coverage and who, without our assistance, cannot afford their Organon medicines. This is consistent with Organon's values of putting patients first.


If you or someone you know needs help paying for medicines, the Organon Patient Assistance Program may be able to help.

Medicines distributed through the Organon Patient Assistance Program are free of charge to all eligible patients. Organon is not associated with any individuals or organizations that may charge patients a fee to assist them in completing enrollment forms for our programs. These individuals or organizations are acting independently of Organon, and do not have Organon's consent.

The Organon Patient Assistance Program applications can be obtained by clicking the ‘Get Started’ link on the home page next to the specific product.

Information on the program’s eligibility criteria is noted within this website under the specific product page that is applicable to you.


For further information, you may contact us by calling 888-727-0015 during regular business hours of 8 AM - 8 PM ET - Monday through Friday.

A completed enrollment form, signed by the patient and physician/prescriber is required. Additional supporting documentation is not required at this time; however, the program reserves the right to conduct periodic audits and to request documentation to verify the information provided in the application.

Information on how to send in your enrollment form is listed on the enrollment form itself.

The patient will receive a letter or text letting them know they have been approved or denied.

For the Organon Patient Assistance Program, enrollment ends 1 year from the date of approval. For patients who have Medicare/Medicare Part D, enrollment will automatically expire on December 31 of the current calendar year. After your enrollment expires, you must submit a new enrollment form (application) to re-enroll.

The Organon Patient Assistance Program is a non-profit 501(c)(3) corporation that operates separately and independently from Organon’s commercial/marketing offerings.

Yes. Patient information is only shared with Organon Patient Assistance Program and their affiliates as noted on the enrollment form.


Please see our privacy policy.

The medication is dispensed and shipped by the Organon Patient Assistance Program Pharmacy. The medication is delivered to the Health Care Provider to be administered. The Health Care Provider must notify the program to request delivery before the Patient’s treatment date.

Please call us at 866-847-3539 (during regular business hours Monday through Friday, 8 AM to 8 PM ET) for guidance.


For more information or help with our programs call 888-727-0015