Financial Resources

AnthioGen's mission is to support cancer patients by providing funding for insurance and/or COBRA payments. AnthioGen will fund up to six months of premiums up to $3,000 in support.

Breastcancer.org is a national nonprofit organization dedicated to providing the most reliable, complete, and up-to-date information about breast cancer. Their mission is to help women and their loved ones make sense of the complex medical and personal information about breast cancer, so they can make the best decisions for their lives.

CancerCare is a national nonprofit organization that provides free, professional support services for anyone affected by cancer.  Call 1-800-813-HOPE or email info@cancercare.org
Colorado Breast Cancer Support Resource Directory 
The purpose of the Colorado Breast Cancer Support Resources Directory is to provide a helpful guide to the broad range of support resources available to people diagnosed with breast cancer and those who care for them.

GiveForward's online fundraising pages empower friends and family to send love and financial support to patients navigating a medical crisis. Start a GiveForward page today to ease the burden of your loved one's out-of-pocket medical bills.

 

The HealthWell Foundation® is a 501(c)(3) non-profit organization established in 2003 that is committed to addressing the needs of individuals with insurance who cannot afford their co-payments, coinsurance, and premiums for important medical treatments.

 

Find help with the cost of medicine.

 

Patient Advocate Foundation's Patient Services provides patients with arbitration, mediation and negotiation to settle issues with access to care, medical debt, and job retention related to their illness.

 

 

Every day Patient Access Network helps thousands of underinsured patients afford the copayments for their cancer or chronic disease medications.  Since October 2004, they have provided over $116 million in copayment assistance to more than 70,000 patients in need.

The Patient Advocate Foundation, has recently launched a ground-breaking new online tool called the National Underinsured Resource Directory which is intended to help underinsured individuals and families locate important resources and seek alternative coverage options or methods to cover their healthcare needs. This comprehensive online tool will help underinsured Americans faced with high out-of-pocket costs locate valuable resources and action steps to provide financial relief.
The mission of The Pink Fund is to provide short-term financial aid to breast cancer patients in active treatment.
  Project Angel Heart delivers nutritious meals at no cost for people living with a diagnosed life challenging illness (or a combination of illnesses and a health related mobility factor that inhibits a person's ability to access food or prepare meals). Clients do not have to be diagnosed with a terminal illness (in 2011 the most common diagnosed illness for Project Angel Heart clients was cancer). Project Angel Heart's service area is metro Denver and Colorado Springs.

Find information about free and low cost medication programs and other ways to manage your medication costs.

The Raymond Wentz Foundation provides essential support for these patients during cancer treatment.  Assistance for individuals and families experiencing emotional, physical and financial crisis whose cancer diagnosis creates additional burdens that they are not able to meet. Often these individuals have limits to their health insurance coverage or no coverage. 

Since 2000, Rocky Mountain Cancer Assistance (RMCA), formerly known as Rocky Mountain Cancer Centers Foundation, has provided over $2.7 million in financial assistance to more than 4,300 cancer survivors receiving treatment in Colorado. Assistance from RMCA is for basic needs such as rent or mortgage, utilities, car payments and car insurance, food, health insurance premiums and COBRA, and other day-to-day expenses.

Sense of Security serves Colorado breast cancer patients. We offer two programs: the Sustained Assistance Program can provide non-medical financial aid for basic life necessities in six categories throughout the duration of qualified treatment for rent/mortgage payments, utilities, transportation costs, child care, medical insurance premiums, and food/groceries. The Urgent Needs Funds focus on one-time aid of up to $250 for emergency bills, household needs, or transportation. All program criteria, information, and application materials can be found at our web site or by calling 303-669-3113.

The Social Security and Disability Resource Center (SSDRC.com) is an informational website that provides answers to questions about how to apply for disability, how to appeal a claim in the event of a denial, how to navigate the federal system, and how to avoid certain mistakes that are commonly made by applicants. The site's author is a former disability examiner for the social security administration.

This page has information about the disability application process: http://www.ssdrc.com/15-23.html