I'm tring to get information for my brother in law - Mike. He has this disease. When his son turned 18 some of the disability funds Mike received that hadn't been included in his income now became included as his income. Now his income is too high to qualify for the insurance program he was on. I'm not sure what program it is. His prescriptions (narcotic patches for the pain) now cost hime $1,000.00 month. Does anyone have any advice on getting around this or getting help elsewhere?
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