Free Products and Services for Prostate Cancer Patients
If you’ve been diagnosed with prostate cancer (or any cancer), it helps to have resources and support services that address your specific needs. We get that and that’s why, in addition to our national listings of no-cost programs for all cancer types, we have created and maintain a current directory of cancer-specific help as well.
As a prostate cancer patient, you need access to financial, prescription, and support programs from nonprofits and governmental agencies that best understand how to help you.
The listings below include free financial assistance programs just for prostate cancer patients to help pay for travel, housing, treatment, copays, deductibles, and prescriptions. In addition, you will also find tailored no-cost programs for peer and professional counseling as well as free gifts to help support you through the many burdens that accompany this diagnosis.
All support services and products listed here are national in scope and provided free of charge for prostate cancer patients, caregivers, and family members throughout the United States. If you need help locating a specific service, please do not hesitate to get in touch. We’ll help you find it. ❤️
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The Assistance Fund for Prostate Cancer
Phone: (855) 318-3298
The Assistance Fund is a national nonprofit organization that provides financial assistance to prostate cancer patients in the USA who have uncovered care-related expenses and meet income guidelines. Programs pay for copayments, coinsurance, deductibles, and other out-of-pocket health-related expenses. To apply, please visit this link or call the phone number above for assistance.
PAN Foundation Prostate Cancer Fund
The PAN Foundation is a national nonprofit that provides copay, deductible, and premium financial assistance for Medicare-insured prostate cancer patients in the USA who are in active treatment and income that falls at or below 500% of the Federal Poverty Level. Fund pays up to $6850 per year. To apply, please visit this link.
CancerCare Prostate Cancer Copay Fund
Phone: (800) 813‑4673 (M-Th 10:00 am to 6:00 pm, Friday 9:00-7:00 pm)
Financial assistance for uncovered out-of-pocket copay, premium, and deductible expenses for prostate cancer patients in the USA who are in active treatment and meet income requirements. Fund pays up to $4250 initially with a lifetime cap of $10,000. To apply, please visit this link or call the phone number above for assistance.
PAF Prostate Cancer Co-Pay Relief
This financial assistance program by the Patient Advocate Foundation helps cover the costs of co-pays, co-insurance & deductibles for prostate cancer patients. Eligible applicants must reside and receive treatment in the United States and earn less than 400% of Federal Poverty Level guidelines (FPL). Maximum award $3500 per year. To apply, visit https://copays.org/funds/prostate-cancer/.
Sanofi Jevtana CareASSIST Prescription Program
Phone: (833) 930-2273, Mon-Fri 9 AM - 8 PM ET
The Sanofi Jevtana CareASSIST program helps eligible patients with the cost of JEVTANA. Programs are available for both insured and uninsured patients and are based on financial need. Learn current guidelines and what specific options are available to you by registering in the patient portal using the link above or by calling toll-free (833) 930-2273, Mon-Fri 9 AM – 8 PM ET, for immediate help over the phone.
Zytiga CarePath Prescription Program
Phone: (855) 998-4421, Monday-Friday, 8:00 AM to 8:00 PM ET
No matter what type of insurance you have (or even if you don’t have insurance), your Janssen CarePath Care Coordinator can help find programs to help you pay for Zytiga. Create an account online at the link above or call (855) 998-4421 for immediate assistance.
Merck Keytruda Prescription Assistance
No-cost Keytruda prescription program for cancer patients in the USA who do not have insurance or the insurance does not cover Keytruda. Complete the online enrollment form by clicking the link above and a program representative will contact your physician to confirm eligibility and complete enrollment.
AstraZeneca Lynparza Prescription Assistance
Phone: (844) 275-2360
Free prescription drug program for commercially-insured patients prescribed Lynparza and cannot afford the out-of-pocket costs. Patient pays $0 per 30-day supply, program pays remaining out-of-pocket costs up to a maximum of $26,000 per year. To apply over the phone for this AstraZeneca Patient Savings Program, call the Access 360 helpline (844) 275-2360.
Astellas Prescription Assistance Program
Phone: (855) 898-2634 (8AM-8PM M-F ET)
The Astellas Prescription Assistance Program provides Xtandi (enzalutamide) free of charge to US cancer patients with financial need who have been prescribed this drug for an FDA-approved indication by a US-licensed physician. The physician will complete the enrollment form and medication will be shipped directly to the patient. Print the enrollment form here to take to your physician or call (855) 898-2634 (8AM-8PM M-F ET) to request a copy be mailed to you.
Janssen CarePath Zytiga Prescription Assistance
Phone: (855) 998-4421 Monday-Friday, 8 AM to 8 PM ET
The Janssen Prescription Assistance Program provides commercially insured prostate cancer patients with discounted Zytiga medication. Eligible patients pay $10 per month, with a $12,000 maximum program benefit per calendar year or one-year supply, whichever comes first. Enroll by phone (855) 998-4421 or by completing this online form.
Exact Science Genomic Access Program (GAP)
GAP helps prostate cancer patients with insurance or without get access to genomic testing. Eligibility is based on financial need. To use the online calculator to see if you qualify for free testing and to download the Financial Assistance Disclosure and Application Form, please visit this link and scroll to the bottom for the eligibility tool.
Fans for the Cure Second Opinion Program
Free confidential second-opinion program for prostate cancer patients who have questions regarding diagnosis, treatment options and planning, and post-treatment steps. Please click on this link to request a free referral to a doctor who specializes in treating this disease or call (212) 687-4164 for help over the phone.
Urology Associates Free Second Opinion
Urology Associates offers free online second opinions for prostate cancer patients. Physicians review each patient’s medical records and provide their expert opinions either via email or phone. To complete your request for a free second opinion, complete the form at the bottom of this page.
Man Cave Virtual Support Program
Man Cave Health is a national nonprofit that offers free virtual online support services for prostate cancer patients in the USA. Services are available regardless of stage or whether or not treatment is ongoing. To get support from others share similar experiences, please visit this page on the Man Cave website to register for upcoming sessions.
Fans for the Cure Online Support Group
Free virtual online support group for those diagnosed with prostate cancer. Participants get together online via Zoom to share experiences, support each other, and enjoy the company of other men on a journey through prostate cancer. To view and register for the next session, please visit this link.
ZeroMENtor Peer Support
Free peer support program by a national nonprofit that pairs those diagnosed with prostate cancer with knowledgeable and empathetic MENtors to provide ongoing support as they go through their prostate cancer journey. To match with someone who shares a similar path, please complete the request form here.
MaleCare Peer Support Network
Free peer support program in navigating the prostate cancer journey by MaleCare.org. From assistance in filling out insurance forms to accessing care and tapping in to financial resources, to networking with others who share similar experiences, the peer support program helps those diagnosed with prostate cancer live their best life. To sign up, visit this page.
Us Too Peer Support Program
Free peer support program for prostate cancer patients via telephone, email, video chat, and face-to-face options. This program matches prostate cancer patients with those who have had similar experiences and can offer understanding and information because they have been down the very same road. To request a match, please visit this page.
Antidote Clinical Trial Match Program
Online program by Antidote, in connection with the nonprofit advocacy organization Malecare, Inc., that quickly matches patients to prostate cancer clinical trials. Trial searches can be customized based on a variety of criteria including disease type, location, keyword, hospital affiliation and more. To perform a customized search, please complete the online questionnaire here.
Patient Advocate Foundation (PAF) Zero360
Phone: (844) 244-1309 (M-TH 8:30-5:00, F 8:30-4:00 EST)
ZERO360 provides case management assistance for men diagnosed with prostate cancer. Their goal is to help with the physical issues, financial, practical and emotional needs of those diagnosed. This is a free program to help you and your families to navigate the prostate cancer journey. Get help with prescriptions, copays, access to care and more. Visit this page to complete the online form for assistance or get help over the phone by calling toll-free (844) 244-1309.
Healthwell Prostate Cancer Grant Fund
This fund provides grants to pay for prescription drugs and biologics used in the treatment of prostate cancer for prostate cancer patients in the USA who have Medicare Insurance. The maximum award is $8000. Eligibility is based on need. Currently, income must be 500% of the Federal Poverty Level or less. To learn current eligibility guidelines and apply, please visit the link above.
Camp Good Days Weekend Retreat
The Men’s Prostate Cancer Program provides an opportunity for patients and families to network, get support, exchange ideas, and attend information sessions together, all in a beautiful and inspiring setting that provides the opportunity for fun and relaxation. To apply for this free weekend respite, please visit this link.
Prostate Cancer Foundation (PCF) Guides
PCF is a national nonprofit that publishes a series of helpful guides as part of their commitment to connect men and their loved ones to the latest prostate cancer research information as well as inspirational messages and tips for living well during and after diagnosis and treatment. Request your free copies here.
Free symptom and side-effect tracker created by Malecare, Inc., a men’s cancer survivor support and advocacy nonprofit organization. Simple and easy to use, this app allows you to track how you are feeling, 24 hours a day, 7 days a week for improved communication with doctors. Download the Apple iOS or Android version of CancerGraph here.