Financial Support

All financial services are offered on a sliding-scale that is based upon household size and income for clients in Tarrant, Hood and Parker Counties. Please call 817-921-0653 and ask to speak with a Social Worker/Navigator for details.

Restrictions apply to all financial services and programs:

Prescription Medications: A monthly allowance is available for approved cancer-related prescriptions.

COBRA Health Insurance Premiums: Assistance with premium payments for COBRA or medical health insurance is provided for a limited time to cancer patients who are unable to work.

Nutritional Supplements: Nutritional supplements are provided at no cost or at a reduced fee for cancer patients.

Transportation: Cancer Care Services provides a transportation reimbursement allowance for cancer patients to get to and from treatment.

Medical Supplies: A monthly allowance is available for cancer-related medical supplies. In addition, limited medical supplies may be provided at no cost, or as a loan.

Medical Equipment: Cancer Care Services will lend durable medical equipment, such as hospital beds, walkers, wheelchairs, or shower chairs, at no cost to our clients when prescribed by the treating physician. Oxygen assistance is also available.

Dental Assistance: Volunteer dentists perform limited dental work prior to the beginning of treatment when required.

Other Organizations Offering Financial Support

These national and local organizations primarily help insured patients, but some offer further assistance for uninsured patients. They each list the specific diagnoses they help with. Read the external links disclaimer.

Patient Advocate Foundation

Patient Access Network Foundation

Healthwell Foundation

Chronic Disease Fund

Patient Services Incorporated

Cancer Care of NYC foundation assistance

Leukemia & Lymphoma Society

Melanie Finley Ovarian Cancer Foundation

Financial assistance to patients in this area

Financial assistance to patients in Denton and Tarrant Counties

The Bridge (for breast cancer patients)

Bridge of Blessings


National Organization for Rare Diseases