Help with Medical Costs
Need-based programs help patients with health insurance premiums, transportation costs, prescription medications, and many other necessities related to health care.
Search for government programs that assist with costs related to health care.
Offers a wide range of resources to assist people in need of blood or marrow transplants. Links range from free air transportation for patients in financial need who must travel to receive medical treatment to basic fundraising help.
Funding helps to cover the myriad costs associated with transplants, such as donor searches, compatibility testing, bone marrow harvesting, medications, home and child care services, medical equipment, transportation, cord blood banking, housing, and other expenses associated with the transplant.
Financial Assistance program helps with treatment-related costs, such as transportation, home care and child care.
Find out how to apply for charity care for hospital bills.
The Health Safety Net (HSN) pays acute care hospitals and community health centers for essential health care services provided to uninsured and underinsured Massachusetts residents.
Resources and information that provide products, services, financial assistance and other support for people with glaucoma and their families.
Resources and information that provide products, services, and other support for people with macular degeneration and their families, including financial assistance.
Resources and information that provide products, services, financial assistance and other support for people with Alzheimer's disease and their families
Provides a comprehensive listing of public, private and charitable coverage and care options in California.
A resource to help you understand medical expenses, medical debt, and how to deal with bills you can’t afford.
Provides direct financial assistance to insured patients who meet certain qualifications to help them pay out-of-pocket costs for prescriptions and/or treatments.
Provides financial support and guidance for qualified patients with specific, rare chronic diseases.
Identifies medical insurance and financial assistance resources for transplant candidates and recipients. The Resources page on this site is also a good place to find other transplant- related and organ-specific organizations.