US WorldMeds is committed to helping you get through opioid withdrawal

That’s why we’ve created the LUminate™ Support Program—to offer you prescription savings, tools, and resources designed to support you as you begin your treatment with LUCEMYRA®.

The Commercial Access Program helps make it easy for you to get your LUCEMYRA prescription. Commercial insurance is coverage that is provided through your employer or purchased individually.

Once your doctor submits your LUCEMYRA prescription, you will receive a call from 844-439-2433 to complete the process in 3 steps:

Verify your prescription order

Confirm insurance information, if needed

Pay $25* through a secured method of payment and schedule overnight shipping at your convenience

Your prescription will be processed and delivered directly to your home within 48 to 72 hours after the doctor prescribes it

Be sure to answer our call to avoid delay, and please contact us with any questions at 844-439-2433

*Terms and Conditions

Eligibility for the Commercial Access Program is limited to patients who are residents of the United States. Not valid for patients who are covered by any state or federally funded healthcare program, including but not limited to Medicare (Part D or otherwise), Medicaid, Medigap, CHAMPUS, TRICARE, and any state pharmaceutical assistance program; for patients who are Medicare eligible and enrolled in an employer-sponsored health plan or prescription benefit program for retirees; or patients whose insurance plan is paying the entire cost of this prescription.

Pharmacy Locator Service

Call 844-998-0544

Monday–Friday, 8am–9pm EST

Once prescribed, you can find LUCEMYRA at a pharmacy near you by following these steps:

  • Call 844-998-0544 between the hours listed above to speak to a specialist
  • The specialist will gather prescription information and then call pharmacies near you to gather stocking information
  • Within one hour, during the hours of operation, the specialist will provide you with pharmacy stocking information

The majority of pharmacies—including large chains and small independent pharmacies—participate in this program

For more information about the LUCEMYRA Prescription Savings Co-Pay Assistance Program, please review the Terms and Conditions.

Patients whose prescriptions will be paid for in part or in whole by Medicare, Medicaid, or any similar federal or state healthcare program, are not eligible for savings or rebates according to federal and state law. Patients must visit a participating pharmacy for savings or rebates on their LUCEMYRA prescriptions. Maximum benefits may apply.

The actual savings on out-of-pocket costs for LUCEMYRA will vary according to refill quantity, personal healthcare insurance coverage, and adherence to FDA dosing guidelines. Please review Terms and Conditions to learn more.

US WorldMeds Patient Assistance Program

US WorldMeds recognizes that some people may not have health insurance and may not be able to pay for LUCEMYRA on their own. As we want every patient who needs LUCEMYRA to have access to it, we have developed the US WorldMeds Patient Assistance Program (UPAP), which provides LUCEMYRA to those patients who meet certain income requirements at no cost to the patient.

Please see below for more detailed information, including how to get a UPAP Application and apply for the program.

Apply for the US WorldMeds Patient Assistance Program (UPAP)

For more information about UPAP, contact us at 877-438-9759 or 218-444-8217.

Frequently Asked Questions

Do I qualify for UPAP if I don't have health insurance?

You may qualify if you do not have healthcare insurance coverage for LUCEMYRA. (This includes both private insurance as well as federal or state-funded programs like Medicaid or Medicare.)

Am I eligible if I have Medicare Part D?

If your Medicare Part D does not allow or pay for any part of your medication, you will be viewed as having no insurance and will be eligible for UPAP. However, being in the “donut hole” does not qualify.

What is the income threshold for qualifying for UPAP?

To qualify for UPAP, the annual income for a 1-person household cannot exceed $24,120. If there is more than 1 person in the household, add $8,360 for each additional person to see what the maximum annual income can be.

Where do I get and how do I submit the UPAP Application?

Download the UPAP Application here. Complete all requested information on the application and sign where indicated. Instructions on where and how to submit are on the application.

Does my Healthcare Provider have to provide my prescription or any other information?

Your healthcare provider must complete and sign the Healthcare Provider Information and Requested Medication sections on page 2 of the UPAP Application. The completed Requested Medication section will be accepted as a legal prescription. Or, you can attach a prescription written by your healthcare provider in place of completing the Requested Medication section.

How will I know when I am approved?

Typically, we will let you know whether you’ve been approved the same day or 1 business day after the day we receive your completed UPAP Application. It is important that you correctly complete and sign the form where indicated.

Where and when will I receive my LUCEMYRA medication?

Your LUCEMYRA medication will be mailed directly to your address through Truax Patient Services Pharmacy on the day we approve your application. Expect to receive your medication approximately 3 to 5 business days after it is mailed. If needed sooner, please contact us about expedited shipping.

What if I need to refill my prescription?

Your healthcare provider can provide approval for a specific number of LUCEMYRA refills when completing the Requested Medication section on page 2.

Interactive Resources

Getting daily support and encouragement can be critical while you are going through opioid withdrawal. The LUminate Support App helps guide you through your LUCEMYRA treatment and includes:

  • Dose Tracking/Reminders
  • Supportive messages each day of treatment
  • Symptom Library (including advice and tips for relief)
  • Meditation Timer

No need to sign up—simply download the app to start immediately.

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Doctor Discussion Guide

If you haven’t already done so, be sure to check out our Doctor Discussion Guide. Our interactive guide is designed to help you talk with your healthcare provider about how you’re feeling so they can determine the best way to help. Simply answer a few questions about your symptoms, and we’ll generate a brief report for you to share with your healthcare provider.

Caregiver Discussion Guide

Designed specifically for caregivers, this downloadable guide can help provide your loved ones with a background on why opioid withdrawal occurs, how it can be managed, and what they can do to support you in seeking help and treatment.

“What to Expect” Treatment Leaflet

This downloadable 2-page leaflet outlines what you can expect from LUCEMYRA—treatment benefits, safety information, dosing schedule, along with daily encouragement provided by the LUminate Support App.

Additional Resources

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SAMHSA National Help Line

  • 24/7, 365-day-a-year helpline (1-800-662-HELP [4357]) providing free and confidential treatment referral and information about mental and/or substance use disorders

National Institute on Drug Abuse

  • Mission is to advance science on the causes and consequences of drug use and addiction and to apply that knowledge to improve individual and public health

Narcotics Anonymous (NA)

  • Worldwide organization offering information and support for recovering addicts. Membership is free, with no affiliation with any organizations outside of NA

National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI)

  • Grassroots mental health organization dedicated to building better lives for the millions of Americans affected by mental illness

National Council on Alcoholism and Drug Dependence (NCADD)

  • 24-hour information and support for addicts and their families about understanding addiction, seeking help, and finding treatment programs and support groups. Hope Line: 1-800-622-2255

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

  • Provides important information about the opioid epidemic, U.S. government efforts to address the crisis, a national helpline, and a treatment locator

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

  • Provides important information for both patients and providers about the opioid epidemic in the U.S.