The Takeda Help at Hand Patient Assistance Program aims to support patients who need specific Takeda medications but may not be able to afford them. We seek to give you the resources you need to successfully match qualified patients with our program.

Educational Materials

Takeda Patient Support Program

When you're prescribed a Takeda treatment, Takeda Patient Support is here for you. Our support specialists can address your questions and concerns and help get you the answers, resources, and tools you need. Some of the ways we can assist include:

  • Working with your specialty pharmacy (or site of care) to help you receive your prescribed Takeda treatment
  • Connecting you to co-pay or insurance help
  • Arranging for nursing support if you have questions about your condition and your prescribed Takeda treatment


Other Takeda Patient Support Programs

These services are offered at no cost to eligible patients who have been prescribed a Takeda therapy:

OnePath logo

With you, every step of the way.

With OnePath®, patients and caregivers have personalized product support, provided by a dedicated team of specialists. Some OnePath team members are available to meet in person with patients, caregivers, and health care providers, depending on the specific need, medication, or treatment access challenge.


Hematology Support Center logo

Simplifying the complex. It's in our blood.

It takes teamwork to manage a bleeding disorder. Getting help from the Hematology Support Center (HSC) can make all the difference. HSC provides patients and caregivers with dedicated support from a team of specialists.


Entyvio Connect logo

Here when you need us.

EntyvioConnect provides product support to patients prescribed ENTYVIO® (vedolizumab) for injection. The program is designed to help patients by offering co-pay assistance, nurse support, useful tips, and more.


External Resources

Medicare logo

Get answers to your Medicare questions by visiting their website or by calling 1-800-MEDICARE (1-800-633-4227).

CMS logo

The Centers for Medicare and Medicaid Services (CMS): Learn more about Medicare and other public plans.

Veterans Health Administration logo

Veterans Health Administration: Visit the VHA to learn about its many programs, find a clinic, connect with a support group, and more.

Veterans Health Administration logo

PhRMA’s Medicine Assistance Tool

(MAT) is a search engine designed to help patients, caregivers and health care providers learn more about the resources available through the various biopharmaceutical industry programs.