Premiums, Copays & Deductibles

Cancer Patients: Help with premiums, copays and deductibles.

These agencies provide free help paying for drugs and therapies relating to cancer treatments. If you have been diagnosed with cancer and have out-of-pocket premium, copay and/or deductible expenses that are not covered by insurance and need assistance, the programs below can assist you.  Help is available at no cost and services are provided nationwide.  We’ve done our best to accurately summarize each program’s offerings, eligibility and status but please visit the link provided for specifics. If you spot an error in any of our listings please report it here so that we can make sure they are as up-to-date as possible.

My Good Days Financial Help for Cancer patients

Good Days

Main URL: Visit
Phone: (877) 968-7233
Email: info@mygooddays.org

Description:

Free financial help for cancer patients who cannot afford the treatment and medication they need. Other programs include insurance premium and travel assistance. For all programs, visit https://www.mygooddays.org/for-patients/. For a list of cancers currently supported (this list changes throughout the year) please visit this link on their website: https://www.mygooddays.org/for-patients/diseases-and-medications-covered/


National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)

National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)

Main URL: Visit
Phone: (800) 999-6673 (English) (844) 259-7178 (Spanish) M-TH 9-7 Friday 9-6 EST

Description:

Helps patients diagnosed with certain blood cancers who are in financial need obtain financial assistance with insurance premiums and co-pays, prescriptions, diagnostic testing, and travel. For more about their service offerings please visit https://rarediseases.org/for-patients-and-families/help-access-medications/patient-assistance-programs-2/ or call to locate a program in your state.


http://www.lls.org/support/financial-support/co-pay-assistance-program

The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society Co-Pay Assistance Program

Main URL: Visit
Phone: (877) 557-2672
Email: copay@lls.org

Description:

The Co-Pay Assistance Program offers financial help with blood cancer treatment-related co-payments, private health insurance premiums. Medicare Part B, Medicare Plan D, Medicare Supplementary Health Insurance, Medicare Advantage premium, Medicaid Spend-down or co-pay obligations. For more information on eligibility and covered diagnoses, please visit http://www.lls.org/support/financial-support/co-pay-assistance-program.


healthwell-foundation financial resources for cancer patients and families

Healthwell Foundation

Main URL: Visit
Phone: (800) 675-8416
Email: Grants@HealthWellfoundation.org

Description:

Financial help with many types of cancer including bladder, colorectal, melanoma, non-small cell lung cancer, and renal cell carcinoma. Assistance varies with the program and may include prescription copays, health insurance premiums, deductibles and coinsurance and travel costs. For application and eligibility information, please see this page: https://www.healthwellfoundation.org/patients/apply/.


Patient Advocate Foundation Co-Pay Relief

Co-Pay Relief Program

Main URL: Visit
Phone: (866) 512-3861 (English Only)

Description:

Financial assistance for prescription drug co-payments for qualified patients. This income-based program for US residents is sponsored by the Patient Advocate Foundation, a non-profit providing services to patients since 2004. Phone counselors are available to assist with the application process by calling (866) 512-3861. For more on eligibility and to submit an application for help, please visit https://www.copays.org/how-we-help.


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4 Comments

  1. My aunt was diagnosed with cancer and required a bone marrow transplant. Cancer is not only emotionally draining but also financially.
    HealthWell Foundation is probably the best I have come across.

  2. I am 53 years old and recently diagnosed with recurrent metastatic ovarian cancer. I was in remission nine years. Last April 2018 i was terminated from my job after 25 years in healthcare due to cognitive impairment with short term memory loss. I am on Social Security Disability. I have to drive almost 300 miles one way to get chemotherapy treatment. I am only insured on a Medicaid spend down of $1,800 a month. Are there any programs available to help me?

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