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Financial Medical Assistance

**Grant Financial Assistance is dependent on availability of funds. Keep checking website pages regularly to apply for assistance**

Sue’s Gift – Financial Assistance Program


Contact for more information:

“We believe that every woman deserves her best chance at survival regardless of her economic situation. We assist Colorado women with the costs associated with gynecologic cancer diagnoses through our Financial Assistance Program. Our Woman to Woman program trains and empowers women, one-year post treatment, to be mentor a newly diagnosed patient with the same cancer type.”

Ray of Hope Cancer Foundation
720.300.2095 (grant related inquiries)

“…We respond to the urgent needs of Coloradans with cancer by providing financial assistance with dignity and humanity. By giving unrestricted cash grants directly to cancer patients in treatment, we give them the freedom to use the gift however they see fit… we impose zero restrictions.”


The Seton Women’s Clinic at St. Joseph’s

1960 Ogden Street, Suite 340, Denver, CO  80205


M-F 8:30am -12:00pm and 1:30 -4:30pm

“Offers medical services to those without insurance in Colorado, utilizing resident licensed doctors-in-training.”


Salud Family Health Centers

“Salud operates nine community health clinics in Colorado and does not turn patients away based on a patient’s finances, insurance coverage, or ability to pay.” See Cancer Centers and Clinics for individual clinic contact information.

Health Well Foundation 


"The Health Well Foundation is a leading non-profit dedicated to improving access to care for America's underinsured. When Health insurance is not enough, we fill the gap by assisting with copay's, premiums, deductibles  and out -of -pocket expenses. This is available for Ovarian Cancer patients enrolled in Medicare." 

We provide financial assistance to help with:

•Prescription copays

•Health insurance premiums, deductibles and coinsurance

•Pediatric treatment costs

•Travel costs

Patient Access Network Foundation (PAN)


"Assists underinsured people living with life threatening, chronic diseases with out of pocket medical costs. In order to qualify, the patient must be getting treatment for the disease named in the assistance program to which they are applying. If selected, Ovarian cancer patients will receive $3,500 per year. Patients may apply for a second grant during their eligibility period subject to availability of funding."

Patient Advocate Foundation


"Patient Advocate Foundation’s (PAF) Co-Pay Relief Program (CPR) provides financial assistance to financially and medically qualified patients, including those insured through federally administered health plans such as Medicare, for co-payments, co-insurance and deductibles required by a patient’s insurer for pharmaceutical treatments and/or prescription medications prescribed to treat and/or manage his/her disease. Maximum award for ovarian cancer patients is $4,000 a year."

Cancer Care Copayment Assistance Foundation (CCAF)



"CCAF is a nonprofit organization dedicated to removing insurance barriers by helping qualified patients afford the co-payments, coinsurance and deductibles for prescribed cancer treatments."


James L. Quint Foundation 

Contact for more information:


"The James L. Quint Foundation helps with cancer treatment including

nutritional supplies, medical supplies, transportation to treatment facilities or physician facilities, insurance premium payments and COBRA payments."


Partnership for Prescription Assistance



“The Partnership for Prescription Assistance helps qualifying patients without prescription drug coverage get the medicines they need through the program that is right for them. Many will get their medications free or nearly free.”

America's Drug Card

"Provides consumer’s with a free discount card that they can use at pharmacies throughout the United States. Present your prescription drug discount card to your pharmacy. When the card information is entered into the pharmacy’s computer system, the price on the prescription is discounted based on the pharmacy’s agreement with our program.

The discount prescription cards are accepted at over 80% of pharmacies in the US and its territories, including Puerto Rico. Anyone can use the America’s Drug Card, regardless of age or income. Our discount prescription card can allow someone to fill a prescription when they may normally go without."

Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP)

"The Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP) is a program for women who have been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer. BCCP also covers breast and cervical conditions that may lead to cancer if not treated."

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