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Chronic Disease Fund 1-877-968-7233 Co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products for patients with private insurance or Medicare Part D. Patients who utilize a participating pharmacy can have them out of pocket expenses remitted by the fund directly to the pharmacy. Patients using non-participating pharmacies can submit receipts for reimbursement. Breast Cancer is covered.
Dancers against Cancer 1-218-464-1626 Providing an alliance in the dance community that provides financial support and inspiration to dance educators, choreographers, dancers and their families who have been impacted by cancer.
Diplomat 1-877-977-9118 Help with Co-pay assistance
Disability.gov’s Guide to Transportation Our mission is to promote and encourage independence for all people with disabilities. We provide an array of services to people of all ages, with many different types of disabilities
Health well Foundation 1-800-675-8416 Addresses the needs of individuals who cannot afford their insurance co-payments, premiums, co-insurance, or other out of pocket health care costs. Helps for the specific condition of breast cancer.
My Hope Chest 1-727-488-0320 Funding reconstruction for breast cancer survivors. Must be 65 years of age or under, free of medical complications that would preclude safe surgery (as determined by our participating surgeons and medical consultants), able to show demonstrable need* and a legal resident or citizen of the United States. *Demonstrable need shall include consideration of the following criteria
Rx Hope is exactly what its name implies...a helping hand to people in need in obtaining critical medications that they would normally have trouble affording. We act as your advocate in making the patient assistance program journey easier and faster by supplying vital information and help.
Social Security Disability Help If you or a loved one has been diagnosed with breast cancer, there could be help available for you. The Social Security Administration offers financial resources for men and women with breast cancer who are no longer to work due to their condition.
USA.Gov Providing education for some of the basics to avoid and handle foreclosures.
Nat’l Cancer Institute Government-sponsored programs as well as services supported by nonprofit, national organizations are available for people who do not have health insurance and for those who have insurance but still need financial assistance to cover health care costs. Cancer patients and their families should discuss any concerns about health care costs with their doctor, medical social worker, or the business office of their hospital or clinic.
Beckstrand Cancer Foundation Through three important programs – Individual Patient Assistance (IPA), Psychosocial Pediatric Program and BELIEVE –serves patients who are during cancer treatment and struggling to cope with day-to-day critical survival needs. IPA requires local residence and matches patients to existing clinical programs.
Talbert Family Foundation For families with kids only. TFF programs are designed for families with short term financial needs caused by a catastrophic illness that impacts the family’s financial stability. Families are accepted into the program on the condition of their willingness to conduct a fundraising campaign. 818-715-0428
The Health Well Foundation® Committed to addressing the needs of individuals with insurance who cannot afford their copayments, coinsurance, and premiums for important medical treatments. Our vision is to ensure that no patient goes without health care because they cannot afford it. (800) 675-8416
The Assistance Fund provides eligible underinsured individuals with financial assistance to cover all or part of the individuals’ out-of-pocket cost for the supported medications. 855-845-3663
Patient Services, Inc. provides financial assistance to help women who are at high risk for breast cancer gain access to Magnetic Resonance Imaging (MRI) screenings. 800-366-7741
Cancer.Net, The most trusted and up-to-date cancer information, developed by the world’s leading cancer doctors.
Cancer Horizons, is an Internet cancer support community that offers over 1,500 pages of medical/non-medical resources, helpful articles, and information on all types of cancer.
Caring Community Foundation, Inc, Provides financial support to cancer patients in need by aiding with rent, utilities, treatment, or other expenses that become difficult to manage during cancer treatment.
The Carla Rose Foundation, Inc., a 501(C)3 non-profit organization in Spartanburg, South Carolina, raises funds and provides payment assistance to alternative/holistic cancer treatment clinics for cancer patients
Patient Access Network The Patient Access Network Foundation (PAN) facilitates access to medical treatment for patients with chronic or life-threatening illness. PAN is dedicated to overcoming financial and other barriers to treatment and works efficiently and collaboratively to help patients receive prescribed treatments and the care that best meets their needs.
Patient Resource, Features information on different types of cancer, newsletters, and financial and advocacy resources.
Rx Outreach, A nonprofit organization that helps low-income families who cannot afford the medication they need.
Samfund, Provides post-treatment financial needs to young cancer survivors between the ages of 21-39.
SingleCare – Offers a free discount prescription card for cost savings at most pharmacies.
Alliance in Reconstructive Surgery Foundation: Women who have undergone mastectomy can apply for FREE grants from AiRS, dedicated to providing education and financial aid for medical expenses related to breast reconstruction surgery. Click Here
Another option for adults or children with cancer is the Healthcare Hospitality Network. This group of nearly 200 non-profit organizations throughout the US provides free or low-cost family-centered lodging to families getting medical treatment far from home.
FinAid Provides a list of many resources giving financial support, with some depending on location, age, and where the money goes.
Good Days 1-877-968-7233 Ensures no one has to choose between getting the medication they need and affording the necessities of everyday living for chronic diseases, cancer, and other life-altering conditions.
Health Well Foundation 1-800-675-8416 Helps patients who cannot afford their co-pays, premiums, deductibles, out-of-pocket expenses, and more. Amounts of money for patients change daily, and they can be extremely generous.
Hill-Burton Program 1-800-638-0742 (Maryland residents call 1-800-492-0359)Offers a federal program that requires certain hospitals to provide services to those who cannot afford them.
Assistance Fund High medical out of pocket financial assistance copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, and health-related expenses
National Organization for Rare Disorders Medication, financial assistance with insurance premium and co-pays, diagnostic testing insurance, and travel assistance for clinical trials or consultation with disease specialists
Patient Services Incorporated Subsidizing the cost of health insurance premiums, providing pharmacy and treatment copayment assistance, assists with Medicare Part D co-insurance, providing travel assistance for transport reimbursement
- Medicare Rights Center The Medicare Rights Center is a national, nonprofit consumer service organization that works to ensure access to affordable health care for older adults and people with disabilities through counseling and advocacy, educational programs, and public policy initiatives.