This benefit is something you should be aware of to pass on to your patients and community. Please see frequently asked questions below.

What is the Oregon Rx Card?
Oregon Rx Card is a FREE statewide discount prescription assistance program. The program was launched to help uninsured and underinsured residents afford their prescriptions.

Who is eligible to participate in the Oregon Rx Card program?
Every resident of Oregon is eligible to receive a FREE prescription drug card.

How do Oregonians get an Oregon Rx Card?
Residents can print a card by visiting the program website at There will also be distribution sites set up across the state where residents can obtain a free card. Anyone not able to print, or otherwise obtain a card, can simply visit any Safeway pharmacy location in Oregon and ask the pharmacy to have their prescription processed through the Oregon Rx Card program.

Can this program be used by people who have insurance with prescription benefits?
This program was launched to help the uninsured residents of Oregon Rx Card afford their prescriptions. However, residents with insurance can also use Oregon Rx Card to get a discount on non-covered medications.

How can Oregon Rx Card provide free cards to residents?
This statewide prescription assistance program is made possible through the support of pharmacies and pharmaceutical companies.

What makes Oregon Rx Card different from other prescription assistance plans?

  • No enrollment forms
  • No restrictions to participation
  • No eligibility or income requirements/limitations
  • No waiting periods
  • No age restrictions
  • No exclusions
  • Includes pre-existing conditions
  • No claim forms to file
  • No annual or lifetime limits
  • Includes discounts on brand and generic medications
  • Open formulary so that all medications are eligible for discounts
  • Confidentiality: no personal information will be sold, shared, or distributed.

What type of discounts can you expect when you use Oregon Rx Card?
Average savings are roughly 30% with savings on some medications as high as 75%.

For more information, please contact: Jennifer Gonzales at 503.490.9959 or at