Decisions for financial assistance for the month of September will be delayed until September 30, 2014 you will receive the decision by end of day on September 30, 2014
The financial assistance program is a program that has been put in place to assist those with pancreatic cancer to help cover basic cost of living expenses. Due to the overwhelming response we have received for this program we are only able to provide assistance for necessary living expenses, please see below for more information on what we provide assistance for.
PLEASE READ THE ENTIRE PAGE CAREFULLY BEFORE APPLYING.
**Any inaccurate information on your application may result in disqualification to receive financial assistance
The Assistance Program is made available to provide direct financial support for patients who are currently in treatment for pancreatic cancer. Our hopes are to make the days less stressful by helping with expenses faced during this difficult time.
Applicant must reside in the United States to be considered for assistance.
Each applicant may apply once a month up to 6 months total. *The committee reserves the right to distribute assistance amounts based on funds available at the time of request.
Support Summary - Assistance is made available to both men and women diagnosed with pancreatic cancer through the NPCF Patient Assistance Program. - You must be currently undergoing pancreatic cancer treatments to apply. - The program is available due to the generosity of our donors and the volunteers that help with our fundraising events.
The policy is to guide the organization and its committee in processing requests from pancreatic cancer applicants who have completed the application for assistance with NPCF and have provided the proper documentation.
If you are approved for financial assistance, assistance will be sent to directly to the creditor 1 week from the date we receive your completed application.
888-477-2669 / www.pparx.org
Description of support – offers access to more than 476 public and private patient assistance programs, including more than 150 programs offered by pharmaceutical companies – includes assistance for the uninsured.
866-316-7263 / www.panfoundation.org
Description of support – Assists patients who cannot access the treatments they need due to out of pocket health care costs including deductibles, co-payments and co-insurance.
866-512-3861 / www.copays.org
Description for support – provides direct co-payment assistance for pharmaceutical products – including Medicare part D beneficiaries who financially and medically qualify.
800-813-4673 / www.cancercare.org
Description of support – Limited financial grants for transportation, homecare, childcare and pain medication.
866-55-copay / www.cancercarecopay.org
Description of support –Provides co-pay assistance for pharmaceutical products – must be US Citizen. Help for people with Health Insurance programs and can not afford co-pays.