The LLS Patient Financial Assistance Offices will be closed on November 24, 2022 and November 25, 2022 in observance of the holiday.
The portals will be open to submit applications and claims
$250 in financial assistance available now for blood cancer patients impacted by Hurricanes Fiona & Ian, who reside in designated zip codes declared for individual assistance by FEMA. Click here to learn more
The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society (LLS) offers the following financial assistance programs to help individuals with blood cancer. For a summary of all LLS Patient Financial Assistance Programs, click here.
Patient Financial Assistance Programs
Co-Pay Assistance Program provides assistance toward the cost of Private, Medicare, Medicaid, and TRICARE insurance premiums, and treatment-related co-pays and co-insurance for prescription drugs, labs, scans, tests, etc. Award levels vary by disease fund.
Financial Relief Fund provides assistance to patients experiencing financial hardship due to the hurricanes, eligible blood cancer patients will receive a $250 pre-paid VISA gift card to help offset non-medical expenses including housing, utilities and food, etc.
Patient Aid Program provides a one-time $100 stipend to eligible blood cancer patients to help offset non-medical expenses.
Local Financial Assistance Programs provide assistance for non-medical expenses including transportation, housing, utilities, child/elder care, food, clothing, phone, acute dental work related to treatment. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant.
Susan Lang Pay-It-Forward Patient Travel Assistance Programs provide assistance for treatment-related transportation and lodging expenses. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant.
Susan Lang Pre CAR T-cell Therapy Travel Assistance Program provides assistance for treatment-related transportation and lodging expenses for patients who are being evaluated to receive CAR T-cell therapy as either standard treatment or a clinical trial. Eligible patients receive a $2,500 grant.
Urgent Need Programs provide assistance for non-medical expenses including rent, mortgage, lodging, utilities, childcare, elder care, food, transportation, car repair, car insurance, phone service, and acute dental work related to treatment. Eligible patients receive a $500 grant.
Other Financial Aid
For information about other financial aid, click here.
To access this page in Spanish, click here.
The LLS Scholarship for Blood Cancer Survivors awards up to $7,500 towards tuition for virtual or in-person vocational, two- or four-year undergraduate education. No longer accepting applications for the 2023-2024 academic school year.
- Finances and Insurance Coverage
- Employment Rights of Cancer Survivors and Caregivers
- Download or order The Leukemia & Lymphoma Society's free booklet, Cancer and Your Finances
- Contact an LLS Information Specialist for more information.