The NACo Prescription Discount Card Program began at the urging of county officials across the nation to help people without medical insurance. The program provides prescription medicine at a discount of up to 24%. There are participating pharmacies in Brigham City and Tremonton. In fact, prescriptions can be purchased at pharmacies in any of the more than 1,250 counties across the nation that are participating in the NACo program.
Consumers always receive the lowest price –On occasion, pharmacies will price a particular medication lower than the discount rate available with the NACo card. If that occurs, consumers will receive the best price available from that pharmacy.
- It’s easy –There are no enrollment fees or forms to fill out. An entire family is covered with just one card. Cards are available at the County Building at 1 South Main in Brigham City in the HR Office (435-734-3313) and at participating pharmacies—just ask!
- It’s free – CVS Caremark negotiates prices with local pharmacies. There is no cost to the county, county taxpayers, or consumers to participate.