Financial Assistance

eHEALTH 

As a licensed insurance agency, eHEALTH's platform features "access to over 180 health insurers, including national and regional companies."

Financial Relief Fund

This fund provides assistance to patients experiencing financial hardship due to the hurricanes, eligible blood cancer patients will receive a $250 pre-paid VISA gift card to help offset non-medical expenses including housing, utilities and food, etc. 

HealthWell Foundation: Multiple Myeloma Medicare Access

The HealthWell Foundation has opened a fund to help with copays/premiums. The maximum award level is $12,000, covering various treatments. Check eligibility and apply now! Don't miss out on this valuable support.

Here2Assist

Funded by Takeda Oncology, this program provides assistance with insurance coverage, financial, and educational resources. Connect at https://www.here2assist.com/patient/home or call 1-844-817-6468, Option 2.

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society (LLS) Co-Pay Assistance Program

The LLS Co-Pay Assistance Program works to remove financial barriers to access to care.

Local Financial Assistance Programs

These programs provide assistance for non-medical expenses including transportation, housing, utilities, child/elder care, food, clothing, phone, acute dental work related to treatment. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant. 

Patient Advocate Foundation Medical Insurance Premium Assistance Co-Pay Relief Fund 

The Patient Advocate Foundation Medical Insurance Premium Assistance Co-Pay Relief Fund in open. Don't miss out on support for co-pays, co-insurance, deductibles, and medical insurance premiums.

Patient Advocate Foundation - National Financial Resource Directory

Explore national and regional financial resources.

PAN Foundation

The Pan Foundation offers  "financial assistance to help people with serious illnesses afford their out-of-pocket treatment costs and improve their quality of life."

Patient Aid Program

This program ​provides a one-time $100 stipend to eligible blood cancer patients to help offset non-medical expenses. 

Triage Cancer

Triage Cancer® is a national, nonprofit organization that provides free education on legal and practical issues that may impact individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers, through events, materials, and resources. The Legal & Financial Navigation Program offers one-on-one help with issues such as work, health and disability insurance, finances, and estate planning. CancerFinances.org is an online toolkit to help people manage finances after a cancer diagnosis.

Urgent Need Programs

These programs provide assistance for non-medical expenses including rent, mortgage, lodging, utilities, childcare, elder care, food, transportation, car repair, car insurance, phone service, and acute dental work related to treatment. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant. 

 

 

While the IMF does not provide financial assistance, the following is a list of resources for financial relief for non-medical expenses, including disaster relief as well as assistance for mortgage, rent, child care, utilities, dental care, and other such expenses.

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