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PACE – Who is eligible and what does it cost?

Prescription Assistance

What is PACE?

Pennsylvania’s prescription assistance programs for older adults, PACE and PACENET, offer low-cost prescription medication to qualified residents, age 65 and older. The program works with Medicare Part D plans and other prescription drug plans such as retiree/union coverage, employer plans, Medicare Advantage (HMO, PPO) and Veterans’ Benefits (VA) to lower out-of-pocket costs for medications.
As of February 2022, PACENET income limits increased by $6,000. Residents who were not eligible in the past, may now be eligible with the new income limits in place. Check your eligibility below.
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PACE and PACENET eligibility is determined by your previous calendar year’s income.

  • You must be 65 years of age or older.
  • A Pennsylvania resident for at least 90 days prior to the date of application.
  • You cannot be enrolled in the Department of Human Service’s Medicaid prescription benefit.
  • Income requirements based on previous year gross income

PACE Income Limits

  • For a single person, total income must be $14,500 or less.
  • For a married couple, combined total income must be $17,700 or less.

PACENET Income Limits

  • For a single person, total income can be between $14,500 and $33,500
  • For a married couple, combined total income can be between $17,700 and $41,500

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