Financial Resources Portal

Payment Assistance Options

Paying for GBS, CIDP & MMN therapies can be costly, confusing and complicated. Fortunately, there are a variety of assistance programs that may be able to help. Here’s a few steps to point you in the right direction.

Option 1: Ask your doctor or pharmacy for the name of your IVIg prescription. Look below for your IVIg prescription then call the company and ask for someone to speak with in regards to a medical assistance program. You will need to explain your medical and financial situation.

Gamunex-C  (GRIFOLS Product)

Gammagard, HYQVIA (TAKEDA Product)

  • 888-229-8379
  • Takeda’s Patient Assistance Program: You may qualify for this program if you 1. Have a current prescription for a Takeda hematology product 2. Do not have insurance or have a lapse in insurance coverage 3. Meet financial eligibility guidelines

Hizentra     (CSL SUB Q Product)

  • 877-355-4447
  • CSL Behring Patient assistance program: uninsured/underinsured patients only. If you qualify, eligible for free product for one year.

Privigen   (CSL IVIG Product)

  • 877-355-4447
  • No copay assistance if fully insured.
  • CSL Behring Patient assistance program: uninsured/underinsured patients only. If you qualify, eligible for free product for one year.

Gammaked (Kedrion Product)

  • 1-855-353-7466 Ext. 4
  • The Kedrion Biopharma Customer Service team is available to help patients, families, and healthcare professionals with verifying insurance coverage and benefits for GAMMAKED, helping to obtain prior authorizations and with claim denials.

Panzyga (Pfizer Product)

Option 2: If you are receiving home infusions, the home infusion company may be able to help.  Speak with your infusion nurse about their company’s options. You can also speak with the clinical case manager for advice. They cannot legally offer you financial assistance unless you ask.

Option 3: You may qualify for Assistance Programs.


The Assistance Fund (TAF) CIDP Financial Assistance Program – NEW!

  • You may qualify if you:
    • Diagnosed with the CIDP
    • Prescribed an FDA-approved treatment for the disease
      • Gamunex-C (Grifols)
      • Hizentra (CSL Behring)
      • Privigen (CSL Behring)
      • Panzyga (Pfizer)
      • Gammaked (Kedrion)
    • Have prescription coverage for the prescribed treatment
    • Meet financial eligibility criteria based upon household income and size
  • To apply:
    • tel: (855) 530-2242
    • The program is currently closed, we highly recommend joining the waitlist.


NORD – Guillain-Barre Syndrome (GBS) Emergency Relief Program **New Assistance Program** 

This program is designed to help patients who:

  • Have a confirmed diagnosis of GBS within 12-months of application to the program.
  • Are a United State citizen or US resident of six (6) months or greater with evidence of residency e.g.: a utility bill, school enrollment showing the patient’s name and address.
  • Meet the program’s financial eligibility criteria.
  • Please Click Here for more information.


  • Please click here to learn more about the Takeda Assistance Program for MMN patients. 
  • Patient Services Incorporated has a financial assistance program for MMN patients. Click here to complete the screener to see if you qualify (screener is located at the bottom of the page). 

Option 4: Other programs and organizations. Please note that not all of these resources are available for our international patients. Your local liaison may know of some more relevant resources.

  •  Accessia Health:  Pro-Bono Attorneys to help you navigate Insurance issues

               and medication denials at (800) 366-7741 to speak with an attorney.

  • NORD Rare Care: NORD provides assistance programs to help patients obtain life-saving or life-sustaining medication they could not otherwise afford. These programs provide medication, financial assistance with insurance premiums and co-pays, diagnostic testing assistance, and travel assistance for clinical trials or consultation with disease specialists.
  • Good Days: Exists to pay the prohibitively costly insurance co-pays of life-extending and life-saving treatments for people otherwise unable to afford those treatments. Further, to offer patients and families additional financial help, emotional support, and guidance to the best available information and support for each specific disease state.  (877) 968-7233
  • Patient Advocate Foundation: Helps patients with access to care, maintenance of employment and preservation of their finances
  • (800) 532-5274
  • Partnership for Prescription Assistance (United States only): Helps patients who lack prescription coverage get the medicines they need at little to no cost.
  • National Organization of Social Security Claimants (NOSSCR): The National Organization of Social Security Claimants’ Representatives is to advocate for improvements in Social Security disability programs and to ensure that individuals with disabilities applying for Social Security Disability and SSI benefits have access to highly qualified representation and receive fair decisions.  (201) 567-4228 
  • HealthWell Foundation: Assists patients living with chronic diseases with copays, deductibles, premiums, and out-of-pocket expenses.  (800) 675-8416
  • Kaiser Foundation Consumer Guide (United States only): Helps patients handle disputes with their employer or private health plan, by state.
  • MedMonk: Medmonk helps to provide financial assistance to patients who are unable to afford their medications.