- American Liver Foundation
- American Cancer Society
- American Childhood Cancer Organization
- Cancer Information Service
- American Society of Clinical Oncology (ASCO)
- American Association for the Study of Liver Diseases (AASLD)
- AMMF – The Cholangiocarcinoma Charity (UK)
- Bili Project
The cost of medical treatment is among the many concerns you may have if you, a friend, or family member has been diagnosed with cancer. Because bills and debt can add up quickly, you may want to seek financial help soon after being diagnosed with cancer.
American Cancer Society Prescription Drug Assistance Programs – find help paying for treatment, managing insurance issues, and applying for prescription drug assistance
BenefitsCheckUp – find state, federal, and private benefits programs that help pay for prescriptions, health care, food, utilities, tax relief, transportation, legal issues, or finding work
CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance Foundation – helps individuals cover the cost of medications for treating cancer
Emergency Prescription Assistance Program (EPAP) For Disaster Affected Individuals – learn about assistance for individuals affected by a disaster of national significance and have no other drug or durable medical equipment coverage
Medicare.gov – apply for Medicare, find supplemental insurance plans, hospitals, drug plans, doctors, nursing homes, dialysis facilities, and more
Modest Needs Foundation – a user-contributed list of helpful organizations and programs
National Cancer Institute Financial and Support Services for Cancer Patients – view more than 100 organizations nationwide that provide emotional, practical, and financial support services for people with cancer and their families
National Multilingual Helpline – offers bilingual assistance with questions about Medicare Prescription Drug plans and other health matters. Languages include English, Chinese (Mandarin and Cantonese), Korean, and Vietnamese.
National Organization for Rare Disorders Patient Assistance Programs – find patient assistance programs that help patients with rare diseases obtain life-saving or life-sustaining medication they could not otherwise afford
NeedyMeds – an online information resource of programs that provide assistance to people who are unable to afford their medications and health care costs
Partnership for Prescription Assistance – helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need for free or nearly free
Patient Access Network Foundation – helps underinsured patients access needed medications for chronic and rare diseases through co-payment assistance
Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief Program – offers relief to assist insured patients who are financially and medically qualified and are being treated for specific conditions
Patient Assistance Program Directory – alphabetical list of pharmaceutical companies that offer prescription assistance programs
Prescription Drug Assistance Programs - learn about public and private resources that can help people with the cost of their medicines
Rx Assist – find out how to apply for patient assistance programs that offer free or low cost drugs to individuals who are unable to pay for their medication
RxHope – contracts directly with pharmaceutical companies to provide an electronic application process for their patient assistance programs
Statewide Drug Assistance Programs – find programs listed by state that assist older adults, disabled, and low income individuals to pay for prescription medicines
Air Care Alliance (888-260-9707) offers a central listing of free transportation services provided by volunteer pilots and charitable aviation groups.
Air Charity Network (877-621-7177) coordinates free air transportation for people in need through various organizations around the United States.
Air Compassion for Veterans (888-662-6794) provides wounded warriors, veterans, and their family members with medical air transportation through commercial airline tickets, air ambulance services, and other programs.
Angel Airline Samaritans (800-296-1217) facilitates no-cost or reduced rate commercial airline tickets to and from distant specialized medical evaluations or treatments for people with cancer in need and their families.
The Corporate Angel Network (866-328-1313) arranges free air transportation for people with cancer traveling to treatment using empty seats on corporate jets.
The Healthcare Hospitality Network (800-542-9730) is an association of more than 200 nonprofit organizations that provide lodging and support services to families and their loved ones who are receiving medical treatment away from home.
The American Cancer Society’s Hope Lodge (800-227-2345) gives cancer patients and their caregivers a free place to stay while receiving treatment in another city. Currently, there are 31 Hope Lodge locations throughout the United States.
Joe’s House (877-563-7468) is a nonprofit organization providing a nation-wide online service that helps cancer patients and their families find lodging near treatment centers.
LifeLine Pilots (800-822-7972) are volunteer pilots who donate their time and all flight expenses to people in need of free transportation for on-going treatment, diagnosis, and follow-up care.
National Patient Travel Center (800-296-1217) provides information about long-distance travel for people with cancer and their families in need of travel.
PALS (Patient AirLift Services) (888-818-1231) has a network of volunteer pilots who provides people with chronic illnesses air transport services at no cost.
Ronald McDonald House Charities (630-623-7048) offer free or reduced-cost lodging for families of seriously ill children who are receiving treatment at nearby hospitals.