Population served: Families with children under age 18 in active cancer treatment in the contiguous U.S.
To provide a free non-emergency medical transportation solution to access life-saving cancer treatment and clinical trials for children fighting cancer and facing poverty or cancer-related financial toxicity.
- Provides help with travel to the hospital (must be at least 60 miles one way from home) to parents with demonstrated financial need, whose child is under 18 years old and in active cancer treatment. A doctor, nurse, or social worker must make the referral.
Population served: Cancer patients in the US
Other language(s): Spanish, Mandarin, KoreanMission:
To improve access to clinical trials for cancer patients
- Helps cancer patients navigate clinical trial options
- Offers financial assistance (such as lodging and transportation costs) for participation in FDA approved clinical trials; call for eligibility details
Provides community outreach and education.
Population served: Patients with blood disorders or blood cancers seeking to participate in clinical trials.
To provide financial help to qualified patients with blood disorders or blood cancers who have limited incomes and need help paying travel costs to participate in clinical trials.
- In partnership with the Jason Carter Clinical Trials Program, offers qualified patients financial assistance for travel-related expenses to participate in a clinical trial. Call or check website for eligibility criteria and application. May assist with ground transportation, air travel, lodging, and related incidentals.