Managing your treatment

Your psoriatic arthritis (PsA)
treatment roadmap

What happens after I am prescribed Acthar?

Starting on any treatment can be stressful—you may have lots of questions about what lies ahead. When your doctor prescribes Acthar for you, you’ll be automatically enrolled in the Acthar Support & Access Program (A.S.A.P.). Provided at no cost to you, an Acthar Care Counselor will make sure you get support and encouragement every step of the way.


Your Acthar Care Counselor will call you and work directly with your doctor and insurance company to help get the best coverage.


You’ll receive the Add-On Acthar welcome kit containing tips, tools and resources to help you get started on Acthar.


Arrangements will be made to ship Acthar directly to your home from a specialty pharmacy.


A nurse can train you on how to self-inject Acthar in the comfort of your home.


While you’re taking Acthar, you’ll always have access to ongoing support and coaching, including a toll-free 24/7 nurse hotline to answer any questions.

You may need a combination of medication when you're dealing with psoriatic arthritis.

— Diagnosed and living with PsA for over a decade.

Always ask your doctor first

Remember that your doctor is the first person you should turn to if you have any questions or need more information about your treatment.

Important Safety Information

Who should  NOT take Acthar?

You should not take Acthar if you have:

See more