At Hope4Cancer, we realize that not everyone has the financial means readily available for a long-term treatment plan. We also know that most insurance companies don’t cover healthcare costs outside their country of origin. We want you to know that there is plenty of financial help for cancer patients. You still have the option to choose the treatment that resonates with you.
Below is a list of financial resources that may help to fund your healing journey. If you have any questions regarding insurance coverage or financial assistance, please do not hesitate to call us. We are here and happy to help!
Health-Share programs (Samaritans Ministries)
Since the Affordable Care Act, there have been a lot of changes in the healthcare industry. As a result, many Christian organizations have looked for ways to give people control of their healthcare choices again. Several non-insurance health-share companies have developed to provide members with the ability to seek the care they desire. More and more, we see patients come to our clinic without cost, covered by organizations like Samaritan Ministries. If you’re already a member of a health-share program, please reach out to them to discuss your coverage options.
Abacus Life Settlements
Click here to learn more about how Abacus can help fund your cancer care.
If you’d prefer to speak directly to an Abacus representative, please call Cassie Horn at 407-988-1486.
Medical Bill Gurus
Medical bills can quickly pile up throughout a cancer diagnosis. What if your existing policy should have covered treatment that you were not aware of, or didn’t realize they would? Good news! You may still be able to get coverage. The experts at Medical Bill Gurus can analyze your policy risk-free with no upfront fees. A trusted and valuable partner to our patients, they have seen great success getting bills covered by our patients’ policies. To assess your policy or current medical bills, reach out to the Medical Bill Gurus here.
Fundraising & Donations
Fundraising can be a great option for those who cannot cover the cost of their treatment out of pocket. We have seen family, friends, and entire communities come together to support patients.
Personal crowdfunding websites like GoFundMe are a great tool for raising money. Several site users successfully fund medical expenses, from cancer treatments to heart transplants. If you need help funding medical costs for you or someone you care about, learn more about medical fundraising here.
If you have a great network of people in your community, holding a benefit might help you raise treatment funds. Many of our patients have found success with this method – read Lisa Engelman’s personal account of her touching story here.
Applying for a personal loan is a simple way to alleviate immediate financial pressure and cover costs while receiving treatment. Below are a few of the lenders our patients have found to be helpful over the years.
LendingTree is an online loan marketplace with one of the largest lender networks in the nation. By letting consumers view offers from several lenders at once, LendingTree helps you get the best deal possible. To learn more or apply for a personal loan, visit LendingTree here.
An online-only lender, SoFi is able to keep expenses down and as a result, pass savings along to customers. Online applications allow you to get through information faster and waste less time. Looking beyond credit scores, SoFi also considers factors like cash flow, career, and education in the approval process. Find out your approved rate in minutes without affecting your credit score here.
Medical Loan Providers
Private lending providers like LightStream offer loans for medical financing at low-interest rates. Apply online to determine your monthly rate with no down payment and no fees.
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