BCCF - Breast Cancer Care Foundation
BCCF - Breast Cancer Care Foundation
group of supporting women
We're sorry. Due to economic circumstances BCCF is NOT accepting any new applications for assistance at this time.



Financial Resources List
The following organizations provide assistance to qualified applicants for a variety of treatment-related needs.

Air Charity Network
www.aircharitynetwork.org
877-621-7177, 877-621-7177
Provides air travel to treatment centers.

American Cancer Society’s “Road to Recovery”
www.cancer.org
800-227-2345, 800-227-2345
Provides local transportation to and from cancer treatments.

CancerCare
www.cancercare.org
800-813-4673, 800-813-4673
Offers limited financial help to cover treatment-related transportation and childcare costs.

CancerCare Co-payment Assistance Foundation
www.cancercarecopay.org
866-552-6729, 866-552-6729
Offers health insurance co-payment assistance to breast cancer patients undergoing some types of chemotherapy.

Cancer Support Foundation
www.cancersupportfoundation.org
410-964-9563
Provides quality-of-life help and services to cancer survivors and their caregivers in the State of Maryland.

Corporate Angel Network
www.corpangelnetwork.org
866-328-1313, 866-328-1313
Provides air travel to treatment centers.

Hopkins Breast Cancer Inc.
www.breastcancerhoops.org
301-585-8812
Provide financial assistance to men and women diagnosed with breast cancer in the Washington, DC, metropolitan area.

National Patient Travel Center
www.patienttravel.org
800-296-1217, 800-296-1217
Provides air travel to treatment centers.

NeedyMeds
www.needymeds.org
Offers help to patients who can’t afford their medications and costs related to health care.

Partners for Prescription Assistance
www.pparx.org
888-477-2669, 888-477-2669
Offers low-cost and free prescription drug programs for those with limited income.

Patient Access Network Foundation
www.panfoundation.org
Offers help to underinsured patients to afford copayments.

Patient Advocate Foundation
www.patientadvocate.org
Provides patients with arbitration, mediation and negotiation to settle issues with access to care, medical debt, and job retention related to their illness.

Patient Services Inc.
www.uneedpsi.org
Evaluates an individual's financial, medical, and insurance situation to determine who is eligible for premium or co-payment assistance.

Raquel’s Wings for Life
www.raquelswingsforlife.com
940-627-1050, 940-627-1050
Provides air travel to treatment centers.

Social Security Administration
www.ssa.gov
Offers Medicare beneficiaries Extra Help with their Medicare prescription drug plan.

State Health Insurance Assistance Program
www.shiptalk.org
Offers one-on-one counseling and assistance to people with Medicare and their families.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and CancerCare’s Linking A.R.M.S.™
www.cancercare.org
877-465-6636, 877-465-6636
Provides financial assistance grants of up to $350.

Susan G. Komen for the Cure® and the Patient Advocate Foundation’s Co-Pay Relief Program
www.copays.org
866-512-3861, 866-512-3861
Provides direct financial support for pharmaceutical drug co-payment assistance to insured patients, including those with Medicare Part D, who qualify.

Women of Virtue Financial Assistance Fund
www.wovinc.org
301-505-3981
This Fund was established to financially assist individuals, primarily women, who are going through financial hardships due to major illnesses and/or family crises

Y-ME National Breast Cancer Organization
www.y-me.org
800-221-2141, 800-221-2141
Provides wigs, prostheses and mastectomy bras for women with limited financial resources.




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