Breast Cancer Resources
Provides patient services, eliminating obstacles in access to access care and treatment. Supporting Stage III and Stage IV breast cancer patients, this financial fund provides a $600 grant specifically to cover various non-medical related expenses connected to treatment, including transportation assistance, food, utilities, housing expenses or pre-burial expenses.
Raleigh, NC organization that provides financial assistance for medical expenses such as surgery, chemotherapy, radiation, co-pays, coinsurance, insurance premiums and deductibles, and COBRA premiums. Only available for breast cancer patients living in NC.
Provides limited financial and copay assistance for cancer-related costs such as transportation and childcare. Call 800-813-HOPE (4673) to speak with a CancerCare social worker for a brief interview.
Dedicated to helping Registered Nurses in need. Offers assistance with housing expenses and medical expenses to RNs who are seriously ill, injured, disabled or facing other dire circumstances.
For women with breast and gynecological cancer. Offers financial assistance for both medical and non-medical expenses, along with information on community resources, education on cancer prevention, and emotional support.
Providing individual assistance to mothers & children in immediate need of resources while experiencing devastating life events or crisis. This help can include payment of rent, utility bills, medications or any other ancillary service that may support them during their time of need.
Grant to pay for 3-night stay at a local hotel for a patient and caregiver during treatment for the purposes of respite and recovery. Also includes meal stipend. Patient must be a mother age 40 or younger caring for at least one child under the age of 18.
Life Interrupted Grants cover a wide range of needs including (but not limited to) medical bills, rent, utilities, car and health insurance premiums, IVF treatments, travel expenses, and medical hair pieces. For rare cancer only (including breast cancer under 30 y.o.) Application expected to open June 2020.
Provides grants for education and professional development, health & wellness, and everyday expenses such as car insurance, rent or mortgage, and other one-time purchases. Must be a cancer survivor between the ages of 21 and 39. Expected to open July 2021
Committed to increasing local and national attention to the devastating impact that breast cancer has in the African American community by generating awareness, providing access to information and resources, and supporting research efforts.
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