Incidental Medical Expense Assistance

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    Taxonomy Code: LH-5100.3300

    Programs that provide financial assistance that helps individuals who have a designated health condition or disability or who require a transplant pay for non-medical but related expenses which may include travel expenses to and from treatment, home and child care expenses, housing costs and/or related transplantation costs such as donor search, compatibility testing, bone marrow harvesting, unrelated stem cell procurement, and transportation and housing costs associated with the transplant.

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    Service NameDescriptionLocationProgramAgency
    Cancer Support Services - CancerCareProvides the following assistance for individuals dealing with cancer: - Counseling and support groups over the phone, online, and in-person - Resource referrals - Educational workshops - Publications - Financial and co-payment assistance Financial assistance helps with costs including transportation, home care, child care, and some types of cancer treatment.Out of StateCancerCareCancerCare
    Childhood Cancer Fund - Zac's Legacy FoundationProvides financial assistance with needs such as mortgage/rent, utilities, food, gas, transportation to and from hospitals or cancer clinics both in and out of state (as funds are available) for families with children experiencing cancer.Weld CountyZac's Legacy FoundationZac's Legacy Foundation
    Financial Assistance - National Children's Cancer SocietyProvides direct financial assistance to children with cancer. Funds are made available for families with the greatest need. Financial assistance can provide help with the following: - Transportation to and from treatment - Lodging during treatment - Emergency assistance for qualifying families with a child that has been an inpatient for 30 continuous daysOut of StateNational Children's Cancer SocietyNational Children's Cancer Society
    Hope Lodge - American Cancer SocietyEach Hope Lodge offers cancer patients 18 and older and their caregivers a free place to stay when their best hope for effective treatment may be in another city. Currently, there are 31 Hope Lodge locations throughout the United States. Accommodations and eligibility requirements may vary by location. The American Cancer Society, in a cooperative effort with hotels across the country, provides overnight accommodations to cancer patients who must travel for outpatient treatment and need assistance with lodging.Mesa County2754 Compass Dr. Grand Junction - American Cancer SocietyAmerican Cancer Society - Nationwide
    Medication and Financial Assistance - National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)Provides financial assistance with insurance premiums, patient co-pay fees, reasonable and appropriate diagnostic testing expenses, and travel to and consultations with disease specialists that are not covered by a patient’s insurance plan. Assistance is also available to help patients obtain life-saving or life-sustaining medication they could not otherwise afford.Out of StateNational Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)National Organization for Rare Disorders (NORD)
    Multiple Sclerosis Support Services - (Larimer County) - National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming ChapterProvides education and support to help individuals living with Multiple Sclerosis improve their quality of life. Services include: - Counseling - Care management - Peer support - Support groups - Health and wellness programs - Social and recreational programs - Limited financial assistance for MS related needs such as utility bills - Information and referral - Volunteer support - Practical and financial assistance - Educational ResourcesLarimer CountyLarimer County - National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming ChapterNational Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
    National Multiple Sclerosis Society - Western Slope ChapterOne on one and wrap around services and resources coordination for persons living with MS. Financial assistance is available.Mesa CountyNational Multiple Sclerosis Society - Western Slope Chapter (Care Management)National Multiple Sclerosis Society, Colorado-Wyoming Chapter
    Support Services - Spina Bifida Association of ColoradoOffers a variety of services to children and adults with Spina Bifida, including: - Scholarships for seminars, camps, and recreational activities - Limited direct financial assistance to families with membership (maximum $500 for items and services not covered by insurance) - Referrals for families to services that can recycle their wheelchairs, walkers, crutches, and other equipment their children have outgrown or no longer useDenver CountySpina Bifida Association of ColoradoSpina Bifida Association of Colorado
    Transportation Assistance - Lymphoma Foundation of AmericaProvides small amounts of financial aid to low-income lymphoma patients who need help with transportation for diagnosis and treatment.Out of StateLymphoma Foundation of AmericaLymphoma Foundation of America

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