Financial Resource Center
You’re not alone — up to 73% of patients experience financial hardship during cancer treatment. 1
Our free resources are here to help you meet your basic needs — food, housing, utilities, and transportation — and voice your financial concerns, whether you’re at the beginning of your cancer experience or almost through treatment.
Search for resources, review our guidebooks and tip sheets, or apply for financial assistance.
Find personalized, up-to-date support
Resources for housing, food, transportation, and utilities.
Guidebooks and tip sheets
Download tips for managing your household bills, saving money, and talking about finances with your healthcare team.
When funds are available, we offer grants to help you pay for housing, transportation, utilities, and food.
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Here are five questions cancer patients and caregivers can ask their hospital social workers to get financial help.
1. Gordon LG, Merollini KMD, Lowe A, Chan RJ. A Systematic Review of Financial Toxicity Among Cancer Survivors: We Can’t Pay the Co-Pay. Patient. 2016:1-15.
You’re Not Alone
Up to 73% of cancer patients experience financial hardship.1
At Family Reach, we see you. Forced to choose — do you go to work or treatment? Pay the rent or copays? Buy groceries or gas? All because of a cancer diagnosis.
It’s ok to ask for help. We’re here for you.
Who We Help
Patients must be in active cancer treatment in the US or US territories to receive support from Family Reach.
How We Can Help
Families eligible for our financial assistance will also receive personalized referrals to local and federal financial support programs.
Financial Tips and Guidebooks
Tips on saving money and talking about finances with your healthcare team.