View Full Version : Guide to Drug Coverage in Ontario and other Provinces


Garry
11-08-04, 06:55 PM
I just noticed there are links for the other Provinces also




Note: Any resident of Ontario with valid OHIP is eligible to apply for the Trillium Drug Program if their private insurance does not cover 100% of their prescription drug costs and they are not eligible for drug coverage under the Ontario Drug Benefit Program.

http://www.drugcoverage.ca/Content/guide/ontario.asp

I hope this is of use to any Ontarians out there...........


Garry

PS: This is paid for by the proceeds from the Gambling Casinos of which I make a healthy contribution too.

Somebody has to lose you know so it might as well be me............

Garry
11-08-04, 07:30 PM
Ontario Drug Benefit : The Program (http://www.health.gov.on.ca/english/public/pub/drugs/odb.html)


http://www.health.gov.on.ca/english/public/pub/drugs/odb.html

waywardclam
11-09-04, 04:20 AM
Thanx for the link!

QueensU_girl
07-17-05, 07:16 PM
If anyone needs info on emergency meds, let me know. My doctor got me some -- and i think i can get info on this.

QueensU_girl
02-23-06, 06:20 PM
re: Trillium and ODB Plan.

To get Concerta, an ADDer must have tried Dexedrine AND Ritalin drugs already.
They also must be getting treated by an ADD Psychiatrist or a Child Psychiatrist.

The Gov't really tries to frustrate people away, doesn't it?

Marmalade_man
02-23-06, 06:27 PM
Garry:

Thanks for the link. However, I remember checking out the Trillium plan a few years ago and I think I had to spend more than $3,000 for it to be of any benefit.

I will check it again but I don't think it will be able to help me. It may help others.

Best wishes,

Vic

QueensU_girl
03-03-06, 08:58 PM
I wonder if there is an appeal process for ODB/Trillium?

Likely...