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2-1-1 (telephone information service)

In many states, you can dial 2-1-1 to get information about local support services including food banks, financial assistance programs, job training programs, health insurance and child care. You can

Air Care Alliance

The Air Care Alliance is a coalition of public benefit flying organizations that offer medical transportation resources based on your zip code. They are also offering COVID-19 relief flights.

Air Charity Network

Air Charity Network provides free flights across all 50 states to people in need of medical treatment. To locate your service region, click "Request a Flight" on their webpage. Flight

American Cancer Society: Caregivers and Family

The American Cancer Society is focused on cancer research, education and advocacy. ACS also provides patient and family services, which vary by location, and referrals for financial assistance.

American Childhood Cancer Foundation

American Childhood Cancer Foundation offers information and publications on treatment and late effects for childhood cancer survivors. They describe the cognitive changes that children can experience

American Childhood Cancer Foundation- Medical Play Kit

The ACCO ships free resources to families of children diagnosed with cancer. These include a Medical Play Kit, which allows kids to play with common procedures on a toy stuffed animal. This is

Angel Flight

A non-profit charitable organization of pilots that provide medical transportation for patients in Oklahoma, Texas, Arkansas, Missouri, and Kansas. Note: scroll down to the bottom of their homepage to

Centers for Independent Living (CIL)

The Centers for Independent Living are nonprofit agencies run by people with disabilities within local communities. The Independent Living Research Utilization website offers a state-by-state listing


Provides free rides to any cancer patient on their way to a non-surgical cancer treatment at a Verified Treatment Center. Rides are given through Uber or Lyft. This ridesharing service is currently

Cleaning for a Reason

Cleaning for a Reason is a service that will deep clean your house for free once a month for two months with a proof of diagnosis. Anyone with cancer can apply for services.

Corporate Angel Network

The Corporate Angel Network is a nonprofit organization that arranges free flights for cancer patients. Their mission is to ease the emotional stress, physical discomfort and financial burden of

Eldercare Locator

The Eldercare Locator is a free national service of the U.S. Administration on Aging of the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. It provides a connection to resources that can help seniors


When you are facing a serious illness, you need relief from pain and from other symptoms such as fatigue, nausea, loss of appetite and shortness of breath and relief from stress. You also need to

Joe’s House

Joe’s House is a nonprofit organization that works as a lodging guide for survivors, families and caregivers when they must travel for treatment. The website lists thousands of places to stay near


Depending on where you live, your state may offer free medical transportation services if you are enrolled in Medicaid. The State of Texas allows patients to call to schedule a free non-emergency ride