To find out more about drugs that are covered by Medicaid, go to the pharmacy website.
If you have Medicare, there is a prescription drug benefit program known as Medicare Part D that helps you pay for prescriptions. Medicaid will only pay for certain prescriptions the Medicare Part D does not cover. Be sure to give both your Medicare Part D and your Medicaid card to your pharmacist.
Also, you will automatically qualify for "extra help" so you will not be charged a deductible or monthly premiums. However, you will have to pay co-payments between $1 and $5 per prescription.