I have been doing a little research on your omnipod as I am not familiar with the insulin pumps. From what I understand, the omni pump is not actually a insulin pump but a pod that is worn. Blood glucose is checked with a remote PDM that has a built in Freestyle glucose meter. The pod is programmed by the PDM. The pod holds approximately 200 units of insulin (U-100) and needs filled aprroximately every 3 days or so depending on how much insulin that is required daily. I am assuming that your are using test strips to check your sugars.
The Freestyle meters are by Abbott Pharmaceuticals. They do have a site online for Diabetes Care. They also have a program that is called the Freestyle Program, which provides a card that assists on the purchase of testing equipment. It is a limited amount but anything is better than nothing at all. The way it works is that your insurance is applied first, than the co-pay amount that you pay is then applied to the card. You can actually save up to 50.00 a month on testing strips and such. I have the card and have used it. You can call 1-866-246-2683 in regards to the program.
Abbott Pharmaceuticals also has a patient assistance program that may be of help as well. Their customer care number is 1-888-522-5226.
Another resource that may be helpful to you is http://www.isletsofhope.com
and look for their resource link about the middle of the page.
Lahle Wolf has done a tremendous job of finding numerous resources for the diabetic person regarding assistance programs, state assistance, clinics, etc...
She also founded the http://www.ipump.org
for people needing help. They are limited on what they can do, but you may also be able to email them and she may be able to steer you in the right direction in getting further help.
I do have one question-- since this pod is filled by a cannula, do you purchase your insulin in vials? I will look to see what I can find in way of coupons etc... I hope that this will help you some.