None or Under-Insured Patients Resourses
Provides grants for people ages 16-36 who are diagnosed with a rare cancer. Covers a wide range of needs, including (but not limited to): current and residual medical bills, rent, utilities, car and health insurance premiums, IVF treatments, integrative therapies, travel expenses, and medical hair pieces. Grants range from $500-$1,500, and applications should be completed by an oncology social worker, doctor’s office, or patient navigator. Application window is June – July (about a three week period), and awards are granted in August. Check the website for their guidelines before contacting the foundation.
Most Coloradans can get health insurance through Connect for Health Colorado. Let us help you get covered with a qualified health plan. Browse plans from a variety of insurance companies.
Helps more than one million veterans every year connect with the health care, disability, employment, education, and financial benefits. Offers transportation assistance program to the VA Hospital or other appointments. DAV is a fee-based (one-time) membership organization for veteran services and support around the country.
You can enroll if you have life changes like losing health coverage or having a baby,
or if you qualify for Medicaid or CHIP.
Provides emergency, housing, and employment assistance to low-income and/or people with disabilities.
Delivers free meals to seniors and persons with limited mobility around the country. Website offers a national database to find a location near you. Meals may be provided along sliding scale, from free to full price.
The Social Security and Supplemental Security Income disability programs are the largest of several Federal programs that provide assistance to people with disabilities.
Provides support to young adults who are struggling financially due to cancer. Twice a year, they award grants to survivors aged 21-39 to help with medical bills, living expenses, educational/professional development, graduate tuition, student loans, cosmetic or reconstructive procedures, family building options/procedures, health insurance supplementation, mental health, physical therapy, residual and current medical expenses, transportation-related expenses, legal expenses and rent/mortgage supplementation.