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Get to know your insurance coverage for LUPRON DEPOT-PED.
To help you understand your child's insurance coverage and what your out-of-pocket costs may be, it's important to verify your benefits.
A Support PLUS Insurance Specialist can talk you through your coverage and help identify potential savings options for your child's LUPRON DEPOT-PED prescription.
Learn about prescription savings with the LUPRON DEPOT-PED Instant Savings Card.
LUPRON DEPOT-PED Instant Savings Card
Eligible patients* pay as little as $10 per prescription of LUPRON DEPOT-PED.
*Terms and Conditions apply. This benefit covers LUPRON DEPOT-PED® (leuprolide acetate for depot suspension). Eligibility: Available to patients with commercial insurance coverage for LUPRON DEPOT-PED who meet eligibility criteria. Co-pay assistance program is not available to patients receiving reimbursement under any federal, state, or government-funded insurance programs (for example, Medicare [including Part D], Medicare Advantage, Medigap, Medicaid, TRICARE, Department of Defense, or Veterans Affairs programs) or where prohibited by law or by the patient’s health insurance provider. If at any time a patient begins receiving drug coverage under any such federal, state, or government-funded healthcare program, patient will no longer be able to use the LUPRON DEPOT-PED Instant Savings Card and patient must call LUPRON DEPOT-PED at 1-855-587-7667 to stop participation. Patients residing in or receiving treatment in certain states may not be eligible. Patients may not seek reimbursement for value received from the LUPRON DEPOT-PED Instant Savings Card program from any third-party payers. Offer subject to change or discontinuation without notice. Restrictions, including monthly maximums, may apply. Subject to all other terms and conditions, the maximum annual benefit that may be available solely for the patient’s benefit under the copay assistance program is $4,000 per calendar year for patients receiving LUPRON DEPOT-PED every month or $7,000 per calendar year for patients receiving LUPRON DEPOT-PED every 3 and/or 6 months. The actual application and use of the benefit available under the copay assistance program may vary on a monthly, quarterly, and/or annual basis depending on each individual patient’s plan of insurance and other prescription drug costs. This assistance offer is not health insurance. By redeeming this card, you acknowledge that you are an eligible patient and that you understand and agree to comply with the terms and conditions of this offer. To learn about AbbVie’s privacy practices and your privacy choices, visit https://privacy.abbvie.
Submit the rebate form online at
Or by mail in 3 easy steps:
- Complete the rebate form (click the link above to access)
- Circle the product, date, and amount paid on the original pharmacy receipt for LUPRON DEPOT-PED
- Mail the rebate form, pharmacy receipt, proof of payment, and a copy of your Instant Savings Card to:
LUPRON DEPOT-PED Rebate Offer
PO Box 4581
Warren, NJ 07059-0581
You will receive a rebate check in 10–14 days.
Get answers to your questions about Central Precocious Puberty (CPP) and LUPRON DEPOT-PED.
Have questions about your child’s therapy with LUPRON DEPOT-PED? Call our live nurse support line.
You can speak with our certified nurses about CPP and treatment with LUPRON DEPOT-PED anytime over the course of your child’s therapy—at no cost to you.
Call our toll-free nurse hotline: 1-855-LUPRON-P (1-855-587-7667), Monday–Friday, 10 AM–7 PM CT.
Talk to your child's doctor about scheduling options. If it’s hard to get to appointments during regular office hours, tell your doctor. Some offices can work with your schedule.
Certified nurses are provided by AbbVie and do not work under the direction of your healthcare professional (HCP) or give medical advice. They are trained to direct patients to their HCP for treatment-related advice, including further referrals.
Download helpful resources.
Need help talking about CPP?
As a parent or caregiver, it can be hard to know how to talk about CPP. It’s important to let your child tell you their thoughts and feelings. It’s also good to let your child know what they think and feel is normal.
Here are ways to help you and your child talk about it as often as you want.
What to say and how to say it
Keep chats with your child short and simple
- Start with short conversations and gently ask if your child is ready to learn about CPP
- Use simple and accurate words to talk about changes in your child’s body and how they feel
Use books or online resources to give your child information in a way that is right for their age
- For younger children, find pictures to help show your child what their body looks like when they go through puberty
- Say something simple like, “Your brain is sending messages to your body telling it to grow up too fast”
- Tell your child they can have a medicine that keeps them from growing up too fast so that they can grow alongside their friends
Choose good times to talk and problem solve together
- Try to talk to your child when you can pay attention and carefully listen to them
- Make eye contact to show your child you’re interested in what they’re telling you
- Give your child a chance to figure out answers to the problems or issues they tell you about
- If you and your child find a way to deal with tough things together, the solution has a good chance of working
- Let your child speak and try not to judge them, even if you don’t always agree with what they’re saying
- Repeat what they’ve said to check you understand what they are thinking and feeling; say things like, “It sounds to me as if you are angry/sad/happy because…” so they know you heard what they said
Always remember, keep the door open for conversation. Let your child know that they can always come to you if they have more questions.
- From the Nemours Foundation
- Medical information about CPP for parents, kids, and teens
- Connects you with other families dealing with CPP
- Information about CPP and support for families affected by CPP
- Detailed information about the symptoms, causes, diagnosis, and treatment of CPP
- Downloadable educational materials about CPP in English, Spanish, and other languages