United Way of Erie County is pleased to offer the SingleCare (formerly FamilyWize) prescription discount card. The card can be used by the whole family and is for people with no insurance or for medicine not covered by insurance, Medicare or other benefit plans. The SingleCare discount card could lower the cost of medicine by an average of 35%. Residents have saved an average of $155 over this time, with the average savings per claim of $30.65.
United Way provides these cards free-of-charge to everyone in our community. There are no age restrictions, no income restrictions, no limit on how many times you can use it and no waiting to get a card.
It's free and easy to save on your prescriptions. Here's how. SingleCare works directly with pharmacies to negotiate up to 80% off prescription prices. We pass these savings onto our members, free of charge. Learn more
Q: Can I use SingleCare for my whole family?
A: Yes, your SingleCare coupon card works for everybody—friends, family, and co-workers—even if they’re not a SingleCare member.
Q: Do SingleCare’s prices ever change?
A: Yes, our prices can occasionally fluctuate, so make sure to check the price of your prescriptions before you fill a script to ensure accurate pricing.
Q: Can the SingleCare price beat my insurance copay?
A: Yes, we often beat the price of an insurance copay. It’s always worth checking.
Q: Does SingleCare sell data to third-parties?
A: No, we will never sell your data to third-party companies.
To learn about health insurance for uninsured children and teens (CHIP or children's health insurance program), call 1-877-KIDS NOW (1-877-543-7669) to talk to someone in Pennsylvania. You can also review the information at www.chipcoverspakids.com. Select Erie County to see a list of providers.