The following is not an exhaustive or complete list of resources. Horizons Community Solutions/Cancer Coalition of South Georgia is not responsible for the information or services provided by other organizations.

Financial Resources

Hospital Patient Assistance Funds

Cancer Financial Assistance Coalition

  • Financial resources for cancer patients; assistance categorized by diagnosis

Cancer Care (Breast Cancer)

  • Financial costs-transportation, home care, child care, pain medication, lymphoma supplies
  • Phone: 1-800-813-HOPE

Brenda Mehling Cancer Fund

  • Financial assistance to young cancer survivors ages 18-40

Surviving & Moving Forward

  • Grants, scholarships, educational/professional development opportunities for young adult cancer survivors 17-35 as they transition into post treatment

Children’s Leukemia Research Association

  • Financial assistance to leukemia patients (xrays, chemo, drugs, lab fees)

Help, Hope, Live

  • Financial assistance to those in need of transplants

Georgia Department of Public Health: Cancer State Aid

Georgia Department of Public Health: Women’s Health Medicaid Program

  • Phone: 404-657-3156

We Believe Foundation

1st Hand Foundation

  • Financial assistance for children with health related issues

Chronic Disease Fund

  • Financial assistance certain types of cancer; medication assistance
  • Phone: (877) 968-7233

Sarcoma Alliance

  • Reimbursement for medical travel expenses, phone bills, direct service costs

American Cancer Society

  • Phone: 1-800-227-2345

Cancer Resource Network

Leukemia and Lymphoma Society

  • Resource for those dealing with blood cancers
  • Phone: 1-800-955-4572

Modest Needs

  • Assistance with financial hardship limited bill assistance

Dougherty County Neighborhood Service Center

  • Energy assistance/utility discount programs
  • Phone: 229-883-1365

Albany Water, Gas & Light

  • Energy assistance program
  • Phone: 229-883-8330

Neighbors in Need

  • Clothes Closet, Medical Bills, Rent, Energy Assistance, Prescription Programs
  • Phone: 229-883-27872

One Penny

  • Bill pay assistance

Benefits Checkup/National Council on Aging

  • Senior citizens assistance locating resources for food, medication assistance, healthcare, housing, utilities, taxes, transportation, legal services

Medication Assistance | Copay

Partnership for Prescription Assistance: Drug Discount Cards

  • 1-888-4ppa-now (1-888-477-2669)

Myriad Reimbursement Assistance Program (Genetic Testing for Cancer)

  • Financial assistance for genetic testing

Leukemia Lymphoma (Blood Cancers)

  • Copayment assistance
  • Phone: 877.557.2672

Cancer Care Copayment Assistance Foundation

Healthwell Foundation

  • Financial assistance to eligible individuals to cover coinsurance, copayments, health care premiums and deductibles for certain medications and therapies

Patient Access Network Foundation

  • Assistance with medication copayment

Patient Services, Inc.

  • Copayment assistance

Patient Advocate Foundation Copay Relief

  • Provides direct financial assistance to qualified patients, assisting them with prescription drug co-payments their insurance requires relative to their diagnosis

Fertile Hope

  • LIVESTRONG initiative dedicated to providing reproductive information, support and hope to cancer patients and survivors whose medical treatments present the risk of infertility.
  • Phone: 855.220.7777

Angel Bus

  • Nonprofit assists with travel [70-250 miles on average (gas card, bus, train, etc)]

Clinical Trials

Young Survival Coalition

  • Online resources for young women facing breast cancer

The Ulman Cancer Fund for Young Adults

  • Online resource for young adult cancer survivors

Family Caregiver Alliance

  • Online resources for caregivers

Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving

  • Resources for caregivers

Cancer Really Sucks

National Cancer Institute

Airport Medical Clinic

Bright Pink

  • Breast ovarian cancer risk education for high risk young women