If we are unable to help you in your cancer journey, there are many other organizations that can. We are happy to provide a list of patient resources.
Nationwide, community-based voluntary health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer as a major health problem. They research cancer, fight for policy changes, and provide support.
A leader in cancer research working towards helping patients live longer and healthier lives by improving cancer prevention, diagnosis, detection, and survivorship. They are the largest research funder in the world.
A Breath of Hope Lung Foundation fights lung cancer by providing funding to U.S. cancer research, and providing education about lung cancer nationwide.
Dedicated to brain tumor education, support, and research, the American Brain Tumor Association is the oldest non-profit committed to brain tumor awareness.
The Colon Cancer Coalition supports patients, increases screening, reduces health disparities, and funds resource.
LUNGevity is dedicated to changing outcomes for people with lung cancer through research, education, and support. They fund scientific research because they see a connection between research and improved survival.
The largest non-profit focused on creating a world without blood cancers. They have invested $1.3 billion in blood cancer research. They provide education and support to caregivers, patients, and providers and enlist volunteers to drive policy change and advocacy.
The nation’s largest non-profit focused entirely on lymphoma. Their mission is to eradicate lymphoma and serve all people impacted by lymphoma.
Founded based on personal experience, the National Breast Cancer Foundation focuses on educating women about breast cancer and the importance of early detection.
The National Cervical Cancer Coalition is a non-profit organization dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for cervical cancer and HPV.
The Pancreatic Cancer Action Network fights pancreatic cancer comprehensively, focusing on research, patient services, advocacy, and community. One of their goals for 2030 is to drive the 5-year survival rate from 10% to 20%.
An organization formed to stand up for men and families affected by prostate cancer, by becoming a political force for a cure.
Treatment Cost Assistance
Good Days offers assistance to patients in a variety of areas. They offer copay assistance, travel assistance, premium assistance, and diagnostic testing assitance.
NeedyMeds is a national non-profit that connects patients with programs to help them afford their medication and healthcare costs.
Patient Services was founded by patients for patients to help with medication and healthcare costs, legal assistance, and support along the way.
The Assistance Fund helps patients break down financial barriers by providing direct financial assistance.
The HealthWell Foundation’s mission is to help underinsured patients with chronic and life-altering diseases get the care they need by reducing financial barriers.
The Lymphoma Research Foundation offers a program for lymphoma patients to help with quality-of-life expenses.
Helps patients and families navigate the organ transplant journey by providing patient services, financial assistance, and transplant partnerships.
Help underinsured patients with life-threatening, chronic, and rare disease get the care they need by assisting with out-of-pocket costs and advocating for improved access and affordability.
Non-profit organization providing case management services and financial aid to patients with chronic, life threatening, and debilitating illnesses.
National dedicated center for patients, survivors, caregivers, and healthcare professionals to access confidential cancer-related legal information and resources at no cost.
A national non-profit organization providing education on practical and legal issues that can impact cancer patients and their caregivers. They educate with free events, materials, and resources.
Coordinates free flights for children and adults with medical needs. The network has volunteer pilots across all 50 states in the United States.
Helps families of children with cancer by providing financial assistance for travel to and from treatments.
A non-profit organization that provides children and adults with medical conditions free travel to treatments that are far from home.
Facilitates free air transportation through volunteer pilots for financially burdened passengers with medical and humanitarian needs.
Mercy Medical Angels knows that life-saving care can sometimes be far away. They remove the barrier to medical care by providing free medical transportation services.
Patient AirLift Services arranges free air transportation for patients needing medical diagnosis, treatment, or follow-up when they cannot afford to fly commercially.
The Corporate Angel Network flies cancer patients to treatment at no cost in empty seats on private and corporate planes.