Resource Library

Financial Support

CHANCE Association (Children Against Cancer)

CHANCE Association mission is to help Lebanese children with cancer, histiocytic and blood disorders to receive the necessary treatment and help cover expenses related to their treatment when families don’t have the financial means to do so.

United Way 2-1-1

2-1-1’s Health Care Resource Guide is intended to provide information on state, federal and privately purchased health insurance programs for Connecticut residents.

United Healthcare Children’s Foundation

The Children’s Foundation provides financial assistance toward the family’s share of the cost of medical services.

Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund

The Kelly Anne Dolan Memorial Fund provides advocacy, education, information and financial assistance for the uninsured needs of families caring for terminally, critically and chronically ill, seriously disabled or severely injured children.

Be The Match Jason Carter Clinical Trials Search and Support

Be The Match Jason Carter Clinical Trials Search and Support helps people with blood cancers and blood disorders, including HLH, LCH and malignant histiocytosis, find and join clinical trials. They offer free one-on-one support with a clinical trial navigator, an online clinical trial search tool, educational resources, and a grant…

Indiana Children’s Special Health Care Services (CSHCS)

Provides supplemental medical coverage to help families of children who have serious, chronic medical conditions.

Hope Lodge – American Cancer Society

Having to travel out of town for treatment is hard. Yet the American Cancer Society has a place where patients and their caregivers can find help and hope when home is far away – Hope Lodge.

Hoosier Healthwise

Hoosier Healthwise is a health insurance program for Indiana children, pregnant women, and low-income families. Health care is provided at little or no cost to Indiana families enrolled in the program.

Heating Assistance Program (HAP) – Alaska

Apply for financial assistance for heating and utilities.

Healthy Indiana Plan

The HIP plan covers individuals who do not live with a dependent child, and parents who earn up to approximately $44,000 annually for a family of four, have been uninsured for six months and do not have access to insurance through their employer.