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Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief


421 Butler Farm Road
Hampton, VA 23666





800 Number


Email Address

[email protected]


The Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program (PAF) is a voluntary, non-profit organization that draws upon the expertise of case managers, attorneys, and doctors who work with patients and their insurers, employers and creditors to resolve insurance problems, job retention issues and debt crisis matters as a result of chronic, life threatening and/or debilitating diseases. The PAF CPRP website features a comprehensive, state-by-state directory of financial resources for housing, utilities, food, transportation, medical treatment and children's needs. Also available on the PAFCPR website under "PAF Publications", is "Your Guide to the Appeals Process", a step-by-step guide to appealing a denied insurance claim.

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