This article is from the Organ Transplant FAQ, by firstname.lastname@example.org (Michael Holloway) with numerous contributions by others.
The following is a list of financial and support resources. Section I is
copied from a pamphlet provided gratis from Stadtlanders Pharmacy and The
Transplant Foundation. Call either of them at the numbers below to get a
copy of the guide and be put on their mailing list for updates. Section II
lists other resources and information provided by American Preferred
Plan, other organizations, and members of the TRNSPLNT discussion list.
Inclusion of pharmacy companies in this file is not an endorsement of
their services. In fact, it is recommended that patients very carefully
examine whether the services are worth the added cost to your medication
expenses. The word on the TRNSPLNT list is that they are convenient, but
National Transplant Patient Resources Directory
provided by Stadtlanders Pharmacy and The Transplant Foundation
An updated version is now available at the Stadtlanders' web site
The Transplant Foundation
The Transplant Foundation is a national, non-profit volunteer organiza-
tion providing resource information and direct grants to post-transplant
recipients to offset the costs of immunosuppressive medications. The
number of individuals who can receive assistance and the grant
amounts are determined by total contributions received each year. The
Foundation serves as a clearinghouse for information as well as an advo-
cate for the rights of transplant recipients. For more information on The
Transplant Foundation call 800-285-5115.
At Stadtlanders we witness the miracle of transplantation everyday
through the 10,000+ transplant recipients we serve. As the first pharmacy
dedicated to serving the needs of the transplant community, Stadtlanders
provides individuals with medication delivery and insurance billing
services nationwide. The Social Services Department offers financial
and emotional counseling as well as resource information. To learn
more about Stadtlanders services call 800-238-7828.