Free Programs for Leukemia and Lymphoma Cancer Patients
We know that a cancer diagnosis brings with it the need for many services and sometimes it is very difficult to find what’s needed quickly. In addition to our directory of nationwide programs for cancer patients regardless of diagnosis/cancer type, the listings below put many specialized national programs right at your fingertips. Here you will find free assistance programs, grants, scholarships and more just for leukemia and lymphoma cancer patients who have been diagnosed and are receiving treatment in the USA.
We’ve included custom assistance programs that pay for travel, housing, treatment, copays, deductibles, and prescriptions, as well as essential no-cost personalized peer and professional counseling services and many free gift programs designed just for those diagnosed with leukemia or lymphoma.
All support services and products listed here for leukemia and lymphoma cancer patients are provided free of charge for patients, caregivers, and family living throughout the United States. If you need help locating a program, please reach out to us for assistance. ❤️
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PAN Foundation Prescription Assistance Fund
The PAN Foundation awards grants of up to $9300 per year to cover out-of-pocket expenses for prescribed medications for Medicare recipients with Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia. Patients must be receiving treatment in the USA and have a household income that falls at or below 500% of the Federal Poverty Level. To apply online, please visit this link or call (866) 316-7263 for grant assistance over the phone.
The Assistance Fund for Blood Cancer Patients
Phone: (855) 845-3663 (8AM - 7PM ET M-F)
The Assistance Fund is a national nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to Acute Myeloid Leukemia, Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, and Hodgkin Lymphoma patients in the USA who have uncovered care-related expenses and meet income guidelines. To apply, please visit this link or call the phone number above for assistance.
National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
Phone: (800) 999-6673 (English) (844) 259-7178 (Spanish) M-TH 9-7 Friday 9-6 EST
Helps patients diagnosed with Acute Lymphocytic Leukemia (ALL) or Hodgkins Lymphoma who are in financial need obtain financial assistance with insurance premiums and co-pays, prescriptions, diagnostic testing, and travel. For the ALL program, call (844) 251-7425, email ALL@rarediseases.org or fax (203) 267-0847. For HL, call (855) 653-3220, email email@example.com or fax (203) 349-3282.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Co-Pay Assistance Program
Phone: (877) 557-2672
The Co-Pay Assistance Program offers financial help with leukemia and lymphoma cancer treatment-related expenses up to $8000 per year. Eligibility based on financial need. Applicants must be USA citizens and cannot earn more than 500% of federal poverty guidelines. To apply, call (877) 557-2672 or enroll using the online portal from the link above.
Monjuvi Prescription Assistance Program
Phone: (855) 421-6172 (8AM-8PM M-F ET)
Free Monjuvi prescription program for eligible patients through the MorphoSys Foundation Patient Assistance Program. Patients with and without insurance are eligible with demonstrated financial need. Annual enrollment form required and can be completed online here or by calling the number above during stated business hours.
Brukinsa Prescription Assistance Program
Phone: (833) 234-4363 (8AM-8PM M-F ET)
No-cost prescription program for insured and uninsured patients in the US prescribed Brukinsa (zanubrutinib) by US-licensed physician. Annual benefit limit of $25,000. Patients must have demonstrated financial need based on income and household size. Maximum household income limits apply and change annually. For current limits, visit and complete the online enrollment form at the bottom of the page.
Blincyto Prescription Assistance Program
Phone: (888) 427-7478 (9AM-8PM M-F ET)
Free prescription assistance for US residents with financial need and who’ve been prescribed Blincyto (blinatumomab) for an FDA-approved indication. The Amgen Nurse Ambassador will work one-on-one with each patient to ensure access to this medication for those, insured or not, who are having trouble affording it. To enroll in the Amgen 360™ Nurse Ambassador program, please complete this online application or call the number above for enrollment help over the phone.
Zydelig AccessConnect Prescription Assistance
Phone: (844) 622-2377
The Zydelig AccessConnect prescription assistance program provides Zydelig (Idelalisib) at no cost to both insured and uninsured patients who have been prescribed this medication and cannot afford it. To enroll, patients must be US residents being treated by a US-licensed physician and have demonstrated financial need with income less than 400% of FPG. Application is available online here or call the phone number above to get immediate help over the phone.
Verastem Cares Copiktra Prescription Assistance Program
Phone: (833) 570-2273 (M-F 8am-8pm EST)
Free prescription assistance program for US residents prescribed Copiktra who are unable to afford this medication and have an adjusted gross income equal to or less than $150,000. Patients must recertify for eligibility annually. To apply, call (833) 570-2273 (M-F 8am-8pm EST).
Acrotech STAR Program Zevalin Prescription Assistance
Phone: (888) 537-8277
Acrotech’s STAR program provides free annual prescriptions for insured and uninsured USA residents with financial need who have been prescribed Zevalin for NHL. Income limits apply and change annually. See current limits and complete the enrollment form for Zevalin here. Fax completed form to (866) 930-1562 or mail it to PO Box 220551, Charlotte, NC 28222-0551.
Merck Helps Zolinza Prescription Assistance
Phone: (800) 727-5400 8 AM – 8 PM ET M-F
Free annual prescription program for Zolinza to uninsured US patients with financial need. Current household income guidelines of $51,040 or less for individuals, $68,960 or less for couples, or $104,800 or less for a family of four. Application can be downloaded here.
Bausch Health Targretin Assistance Program
Phone: (833) 862-8727 (8AM to 5PM ET)
Free prescription program for US residents who are commercially insured, prescribed Targretin, and cannot afford this medicine. To determine eligibility, complete this online questionnaire or call (833) 862-8727, 8 AM to 5 PM ET for immediate help.
CLL SLL Second Opinion Program
The CLL Society Expert Access Program provides a free online 30-minute second-opinion for CLL and SLL cancer patients in the USA. Receive a no-cost evaluation, video consultation, and written summary that you can then share with your treating physician and keep for your own records. To apply for this nationwide program please complete the online application on the CLL Society website.
Bone Marrow and Cancer Foundation Fund
The Lifeline Fund by BMCF provides financial support to individuals to cover costs associated with bone marrow, Hematopoietic Cell Transplantation (HCT), or cord blood transplant including donor searches, compatibility testing, medications, home and childcare services, medical equipment, transportation, and housing. Eligibility is based on diagnosis and financial need. For current application and income guidelines, please visit this link.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Online Peer Support Program
Free online peer support program by LLS especially for blood cancer patients, caregivers and healthcare professionals to share experiences and provide support. In addition, LLS provides current information and resources to support patients and caregivers from diagnosis and throughout the cancer journey. To join the LLS community, visit the link above.
My Lymphoma Team Peer Support
Free online peer support program for lymphoma patients and families to network and connect with others who share similar experiences. An essential resource for practical tips, personal experiences, and referrals to other great doctors from the community. Learn more and sign up here.
Healthwell Blood Cancer Grant Programs
Healthwell provides grants to cover the costs of prescription drugs and biologics used in the treatment of Chronic Lymphocytic Leukemia, Mantle Cell Lymphoma, and acute myeloid leukemia. Grants range from $8000-$10,000 and are based on financial need. Currently, the applicant’s household income cannot exceed 500% of the Federal Poverty Level for any grant awarded. To apply, please visit this page and choose your diagnosis to apply.
CLRA Patient Aid Grant Program
CLRA Patient Aid Program is a money grant program available for both children and adults with leukemia and other blood cancers who live and receive treatment in the United States. The maximum aid is $3000 per program year (Nov 1- Oct 31 annually). To apply, please complete the request form here.
HeadStrong Foundation Grant
Grant program for blood cancer patients in the USA in active treatment with demonstrated financial need and need help covering essential expenses. To apply, please complete this form or email support@HEADstrong.org for help applying from a HeadStrong patient care specialist.
Lymphoma Research Foundation
Phone: (800) 500-9976
Financial assistance program for those in active treatment for lymphoma with uncovered expenses including medical bills, transportation costs to get to and from treatment, housing and childcare costs. Eligibility based on financial need and is determined based on assets for family size. For current amounts and grant application, please contact the LRF Helpline at (800) 500-9976 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to apply.
LLS Scholarship Program
The LLS Scholarship for Blood Cancer Survivors provides up to $7500 to cover tuition for virtual or in-person vocational, two-year, or four-year undergraduate education. Applicants must be a USA resident and diagnosed prior to age 26. To apply, please visit the LLS Scholarship portal here.
John Foy & Associates Strong Arm Leukemia Scholarship
A $1,000 scholarship awarded annually to one USA college student who has battled leukemia or whose life has been affected by it. Graduate and undergraduates eligible to apply. Essay (500-1000 words) required with submission. Application available online here.
Susan Lang Pay-It-Forward Travel Grant
Susan Lang Pay-It-Forward Patient Travel Assistance is a $500 grant available to blood cancer patients in the USA with financial need. It pays for treatment-related travel and lodging expenses for the patient and caregiver. Covered costs include ground transportation; tolls; gas; parking; car rental; car maintenance, and more. The program is administered by the Leukemia & Lymphoma Society. To apply, please visit this link.
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) Family Wall Calendar
Phone: (800) 955-4572
A free magnetic/dry erase wall calendar provided by LLS for blood cancer patients in the USA to help keep your family organized during and after treatment. It includes both treatment-related magnets and general magnets for the patient, siblings and family to keep track of activities like school, events, or family time. To order a wall calendar, call an LLS Information Specialist at (800) 955-4572.
Focus on Lymphoma App
The free Focus on Lymphoma app by the nonprofit Lymphoma Research Foundation provides lymphoma patients and their caregivers with tailored content based on subtype, as well as actionable tools to help manage diagnosis and treatment. Focus on Lymphoma is available for both iPhone and Android devices. To learn more and download, please visit this link.