Linn County Community Services - Core Services organizes and participates in many community human services activities and collaborations. One of those collaborations is the Community Resources Committee, which engages more than 30 different organizations, annually reviews and updates 22 different community resource sheets listed below.
The Linn County Board of Supervisors has partnered with the National Association of Counties (NACo) to offer Linn County residents two discount programs to assist with prescriptions and dental work.
Prescription Discount Card Program
This no-cost program helps Linn County residents save an average of 30% off the full retail cost of prescription medications that are not covered under a traditional insurance plan. The discounts also applies to pet medications at participating pharmacies. The discount cards are available free of charge to Linn County residents. The program is offered through NACo in partnership with Caremark.
To apply, find more information, or see if your pharmacy participates in the program, visit the NACo website.
Dental Discount Program
The NACo Dental Discount Card Program is designed to help uninsured and under-insured county residents save money on their dental service expenses. The program complements health insurance plans and works in conjunction with health savings accounts, flexible spending accounts and health reimbursement arrangements. However, this program is not insurance. The dental discount program is available to all Linn County residents.
- $59 per year or $5.95 per month for individuals
- $69 per year or $7.95 per month for families
For more information or to see if your dental provider participates in the program, visit the NACo Dental Discount Program website.
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