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Use this guide to learn more about financial and legal topics related to cancer care and survivorship.
This comprehensive booklet includes national and regional organizations that offer various kinds of financial help to people with cancer. The listings include contact information for each organization and a description of the type of help provided. You can also see categories that tell you, at a glance, the type of help available.
Houston Ground Angels help patients access the best possible treatment for their specific type of illness by arranging free ground transportation from all airports within a 30 mile radius of the Texas Medical Center, Houston, TX.
Find out about public and private resources that can help people with the cost of their medicines. Some of these programs have options for buying drugs at discounted prices. Others help people who cannot afford any part of their medicine costs.
The Medicine Assistance Tool is a search engine that contains information on approximately 500 public and private assistance programs that help those with financial need get access to their prescription.
This starter kit contains a fact sheet, checklist, and worksheet to help provide general information about the disability programs and the decision-making process that can help take some of the mystery out of applying for disability benefits.