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CANCERCARE
FINANCIAL ASSISTANCE
Provides limited financial assistance for cancer-related transportation, child care and home care expenses. Funding depends on the sources of support received at any given time. If no funding is available, professional oncology social workers will refer to other financial assistance resources.
Please note: CancerCare’s financial assistance does not cover basic living expenses such as rent, mortgages, utility payments or food.
275 Seventh Avenue
22nd Floor
New York, NY 10001
Eligibility: Have a diagnosis of cancer confirmed by an oncology health care provider, be in active treatment for cancer, live in the US or Puerto Rico, and meet other eligibility guidelines based on the Federal Poverty Limit.
Hours: Monday-Thursday 7am-3pm, Friday 7am-2pm
DOUGLAS COUNTY CANCER SERVICES
Volunteer-driven organization dedicated to helping people who have been diagnosed with cancer. Programs include patient travel assistance, patient financial assistance, Christmas food baskets, wigs, hats, bras, and breast prostheses.
2880 NW Stewart Parkway
Suite 202
Roseburg, OR 97471
Eligibility: Cancer patients
Hours: Monday-Thursday 9am-4pm
LEUKEMIA AND LYMPHOMA SOCIETY
FINANCIAL SUPPORT
Provides medical expense assistance programs to help with insurance co-payments and/or insurance premium costs for prescription drugs related to blood cancer treatment. Also, may Provide financial assistance for ground transportation, air travel, and lodging-related expenses.
3 International Drive
Suite 200
Rye Brook, NY 10573
Eligibility: -Must have a confirmed blood cancer diagnosis
-Must have income no higher than 500% of the Federal Poverty Level
-Must be a United States citizen or permanent resident

Additionally, for the Co-Pay Assistance Program: Must have medical and/or prescription insurance
Hours: Co-Pay Assistance Program: Monday-Friday 5:30am-2pm
Travel Assistance Program: Monday/Tuesday/Thursday/Friday 5:30am-2pm, Wednesday 6:30am-2pm
NATIONAL CHILDREN'S CANCER SOCIETY
PATIENT AND FAMILY SERVICES
Provides financial assistance to children with cancer and their families through a Transportation Assistance Fund and an Emergency Assistance Fund.

-Transportation Assistance Fund: Alleviates the financial burden of travel, meals, and lodging for families who have a child with cancer.

-Emergency Assistance Fund: Provides $200/year in emergency assistance to families who have a child that has been inpatient or away from home for 30 consecutive days within the past three months. Assistance may be used for mortgage, rent, utility payments, child care, health insurance premiums, car expenses, or treatment-related expenses (e.g., meals away from home, prescriptions, and parking).
500 N Broadway
Suite 1850
Saint Louis, MO 63102
Eligibility: Transportation Assistance Fund:
-Ages 0-18 that have been diagnosed with cancer and their families. If child has a brain tumor, the tumor must be high grade (III or IV) or anaplastic to be eligible
-Child must be a US citizen or reside in the US with an I-551 card (green card) for 12 months without prior history of the current illness
-Guardian applying for assistance must have less than $5000 in easily accessible bank accounts (e.g., checking and savings)
Emergency Assistance Fund:
-Same as for Transportation Assistance Fund AND child must have been inpatient for 30 consecutive days during the past 90 days OR child must have been away from home/relocated for treatment for 30 consecutive days during the past 90 days
Hours: Monday-Friday 6:30am-2:15pm PST
DOUGLAS COUNTY CANCER SERVICES
DOUGLAS COUNTY CANCER SERVICES