Wakulla County

Find information on medical services, financial assistance, lodging, therapy, insurance information, and other support resources provided in Wakulla County.

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  • Right Action for Women


    MRI financial support to young women

  • Sisters Network, Inc


    Testing and Screening for African American Women

  • American Cancer Society

    1-800-227-2345 — Website 

  • Cancer Support Community (CSC)

    1-888-793-9355 — Website 

  • CancerCare

    1-800-813-4673 — Website 

  • Young Survivor Coalition

    1-877-972-1011 — Website 

  • Young Survivor Coalition

    1-877-972-1011 — Website 

  • Cancer Care

    (800) 813-4673 — Website 

    Searchable data base for limited financial assistance. Can assist patients with breast cancer with pain and anti-nausea medication, oral hormonal medication, lymphedema supplies and durable medical equipment.

  • Compassionate Hands and Hearts Breast Cancer Outreach (Central Florida)

    (407) 864-6458 — Website 

    Compassionate Hands and Hearts is able to play a vital role in helping patients’ journey to recovery, whether that be by lending a helping hand with household chores, arranging transportation assistance, providing financial assistance or simply being there to listen. For patients in Central Florida.

  • National Financial Resource Directory

    (800) 532 5274 — Website 

    Interactive Data Base which helps find financial resources for cancer patients for housing, utilities, food and other needs.

  • NeedyMeds

    (800) 503-6897 — Website 

    NeedyMeds is a national non-profit organization that maintains a website of free information on programs that help people who can't afford medications and healthcare costs. Find help with the cost of medicines. Search by drug and disease.

  • Partnership for Prescription Assistance


    Assists in helping patients find prescriptions programs that fit the patient’s needs. Interactive; will ask for information about both the patient and the drugs to find the right program.

  • RXAssist


    Comprehensive directory of Pharmaceutical patient assistance programs. Search by drug or company. Most programs are for uninsured patients.

  • Smiley T Wiley Breast Cancer Foundation

    (561) 632 8631 — Website 

    Smiley Wiley provides financial assistance to women and men with breast cancer who cannot meet their health insurance deductibles.

  • The Assistance Fund

    (855) 845-3663 — Website 

    Provides eligible underinsured individuals with financial assistance to cover all or part of the individuals’ out-of-pocket cost for the supported medications. These programs give individuals the ability to afford their medications.

  • The Pink Fund

    (877) 234-7465 — Website 

    The Pink Fund provides financial support to help meet basic needs, decrease stress levels and allow breast cancer patients in active treatment to focus on healing while improving survivorship outcomes. The 90 – day grant program allows The Pink Fund to meet patients critical expenses for housing, transportation, utilities and insurance

  • Capital Area Community Action Agency, Inc.

    (850) 926-3122

  • Cancer.org


    Home care services for cancer patients

  • Medicare


    Home Health Covered Services

  • Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation

    (407) 898-1991 — Website 

    The Mission of Libby’s Legacy Breast Cancer Foundation is to provide comprehensive services to the underserved through education, mammograms, and patient navigation on the journey from diagnosis to survivorship. Free and Low Cost mammograms and follow up breast health services to underserved and underinsured in the Central Florida Community.

  • Patient Services Inc.

    (800) 366-7741 — Website 

    Provides financial support and guidance for qualified patients with specific, rare chronic diseases. Provides breast cancer screening.

  • Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program

    (850) 606–8176 — Contact: Lynn Vinson 

    Florida Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (BCCEDP) is a screening program for women ages 50-64 who have low income and are underinsured or uninsured.

  • North Florida Medical Centers, Inc.

    1328 Coastal Highway, Panacea, FL 32346

    (850) 984-4735 — Get Directions

  • Cleveland Clinic


    The Best Foods to Eat When You Have Breast Cancer

  • Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center


    Nutrition and Breast Cancer: Making Healthy Diet Decisions

  • National Cancer Institute


    Overview of Nutrition in Cancer Care, including Effects of Cancer Treatment on Nutrition

  • UCSF Medical Center


    Nutrition and Breast Cancer

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