The Wellness Company TWC RX Subscription
Get Access To Free Medication At Your Local Pharmacy or Delivered Right To Your Home.
The cost of necessary medications can be overwhelming, even for those with insurance, forcing difficult decisions about your health and wellbeing.
With a TWC Rx subscription, all your medication needs become accessible through affordable monthly payments. Whether you choose to pick up from a local pharmacy or have them delivered directly to your home, our service provides a convenient and economical way to ensure you have the prescriptions you need.
Each TWC Rx subscription is tailored for one adult and covers generic brand medications.
Non Members: $29.99 per month
Members: $19.99 per month
1Wellness Member: FREE
Only available in the US.
Here's a Glimpse of What's Available to You
Stop Paying For Prescriptions... it's easy!
Begin receiving your medications by following these five simple steps to start your monthly subscription.
After purchase, follow email instructions to register your account.
Your program registration invitation will be sent within 3 business days.
Your selected Pharamcy will contact you to confirm your order.
Our Pharmacy Team double-checks prescriptions and securely places your order for accuracy and peace of mind.
Your prescriptions are ready for pick-up or home delivery.
Enjoy FREE home delivery within 3-5 business days.
Transfer your prescriptions or your doctor can prescribe to us
Transferring prescriptions can be difficult so our pharmacy team does it all for you!
We will contact you to confirm your order and collect payment
We always make sure everything is accurate. we double check the prescription and securely place your order
Receive your medication(s)
Have your medications shipped to your home for free!
Accepted at 64,000 pharmacies nationwide, including:
Frequently Asked Questions
Frequently Asked Questions
What's the difference between a brand-name drug and a generic equivalent drug?
According to the Food and Drug Administration, generic drugs are the same as their brand-name equivalents in active ingredients, dosage, safety, strength, and performance, and are held to the same strict standards as their brand-name counterparts. The only noticeable difference between a generic drug and its brand-name counterpart may be the shape and/or color of the drug. While generic drugs are just as effective as the corresponding brand-name drugs, they typically cost up to 70 percent less, which helps control health care costs. This helps you in the long run because the generic option is always the lowest cost to you.
What if my drug is not available in generic form?
Even if your drug is not yet available in generic form, there may be a very similar generic drug that can be just as effective. If you are currently taking a brand-name medications, ask your doctor about if there is a generic equivalent drug that could treat your condition just as well. In most cases brand-name drugs are protected under a 10-17 year patent, and a generic equivalent cannot be made. During this period of time, manufacturers control pricing to make up for expensive research and development. In the interests of saving time, money and taking care of patients, most doctors will consider substituting a generic therapeutic alternative. A therapeutic similar is actually the generic match for the brand-name drug and that treats the same condition using a different ingredients. In most cases, these alternatives are just as effective.
What should I ask my doctor?
First, make sure your doctor knows you have a new pharmacy program and that you get any of the 605+ generic medications for FREE. Then, as “would one of these generic drugs be a good option for me, and could it treat my condition in the same way?” You can also ask what other brand name drugs that you are taking that could be replaced with generics options on this list. Remember, most medications Americans take are generic.
Why aren't all medicines on your drug list?
Generic medications make up for 85% of the medications dispensed in America each year. Our list accounts for 90% of medications prescribed. Our list has medications grouped in more than 22 therapeutic classes making sure that we have a very well-rounded formulary treating a variety of chronic and acute conditions.