IWIN Resource Guide

Resource guide for individuals with breast cancer. Further support can be found on many of these organizations websites and by searching cancer resource navigation.


Pink-4-Ever works to eliminate breast cancer disparities for black women  through advocacy, education, research, and empowerment.

Demographic Served: Marion County

Services: Services include scheduling and receiving a free mammogram, education on risk and diagnosis, patient assitance fund (The Nadine Whitlock Hayes Legacy Fund Assistance), and funding research. 

Phone number: 877-234-PINK(7465)
Website: https://www.pink-4-ever.org/ 

Touch Inc.

Touch Inc.’s mission is to impact the lives of cancer patients through non-medical assistance. This organization helps all forms of cancer and will help any patients that meet their financial criteria outlined on their “Who We Can Help” page.

Demographic Served: Patients from Vanderburgh and Warrick counties

Services: They provide non-medical financial assistance to any individual that qualifies under their eligibility criteria. Financial assistance can include everyday expenses such as transportation, utilities, childcare, housing mortgage or rent payments, and any other out of pocket expenses that are impacted by a cancer diagnosis.

Phone Number: 812-437-3594
Website: https://touchindiana.org/

Megan S. Ott Foundation

Founded by Megan Ott before her passing, the Megan S. Ott Foundation provides immediate personalized assistance to local recipients fighting the day-to-day battle of breast cancer.

Demographic Served: Patients from Community Health Network/Community Breast Care in Indianapolis and Riverview Health in Noblesville.

Services: Assistance with utility bills, medical bills, mortgage/rent, family needs like back-to-school supplies, prescription drugs, meals, vacations/weekend getaways, spa day, gift cards, and more. Grants are individualized to meet the family’s needs and support those with breast cancer during their time of need.

Phone Number: 317-752-0181
Website: https://www.megansottfoundation.org/

Pink Ribbon Society

A non-profit organization that funds local breast health programs and organizations to increase healthcare access, quality of life, and survivorship for those with a breast cancer diagnosis. 

Demographic Served: Patients in Lake, Porter, Jasper, and Newton counties

Services: Pink Ribbon Society acts as a resource navigator for the programs that they fund. You can utilize their program page on their website to see additional resources.

Phone Number: 219-472-0704
Website: http://pinkribbonsociety.org/pink-ribbon-society-programs/

Little Red Door

Little Red Door offers services for cancer patients, resources for those in need, and information on cancer prevention.

Demographic Served: Central Indiana

Services: Resource navigation, educational support, appearance related help, transportation, and survivorship programs.

Additional services include medical supplies, partner resources, nutritional supplements, incontinence supplies, ostomy supplies, and lymphedema garments.

Phone Number: 317-925-5595 
Website: https://www.littlereddoor.org/

Tricia’s Hope

A non-profit operated entirely by volunteers that serves Hoosiers statewide. Their mission is to provide emotional and financial support to cancer patients in treatment.

Demographic Served: Statewide Organization

Services: Offers financial assistance for expenses that are not covered by insurance including housing, utilities, transportation, and childcare.

Phone Number: 317-223-9437 
Website: https://www.triciashope.com/

Kesem (Camp Kesem)

A cancer support community for children learning to cope with a parent being diagnosed with cancer or from losing a parent with cancer.

Demographic Served: Statewide Organization

Services: A free, week-long overnight summer camp experience for children ages 6-18 who are impacted by a parent’s cancer diagnosis. Year-round services include support services that are customized and personal to your child’s needs. Warm welcome packages, special deliveries for children such as birthday cards, and friends and family days to bring children together.

Phone Number: 253-736-3821
Website: https://www.kesem.org/

Pink Ribbon Connection

Provides emotional support, local resources, and education to those touched by breast cancer across Indiana.

Demographic Served: Statewide

Services: Offers peer counseling helpline and informational gatherings. Provides free wigs, prostheses, bras, hats, turbans, newsletters, and more.

Phone Number: 317-255-7465
Website: http://pinkribbonconnection.org/index.html

Cancer Support Community Indiana

Exists so no one faces cancer alone. They offer services that will improve patient’s quality of life during care and into recovery.

Demographic Served: Statewide

Services: Individual counseling, emotional support, support groups, education, wellness, social connections, referrals, information, assistance, and programs avaiable in Spanish.

Phone Number: 317-257-1505
Website: https://cancersupportindy.org/

Sisters Network Inc.

A national African American breast cancer survivorship organization. Provides financial assistance to breast cancer survivors in active treatment.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: They provide up to $300 in financial assistance when available for utility, rent, or mortgage expenses. They offer support groups, provide a sense of community, and help with resource navigation.

Phone Number: 866-781-1808
Website: http://www.sistersnetworkinc.org/


Works to help people make sense of the complex medical and personal information about breast health and breast cancer, so they can make the best decisions for their lives. They help people find reliable answers to questions about their risk, diagnosis, treatment plan, surgical options, and more so they can live a full life beyond breast cancer.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Services are for both patients and caregivers. BreastCancer.org offers free access to educational content, research community conversations, and Spanish-language resources.

Phone Number: 610-642-6550 
Website: https://www.breastcancer.org/

The Pink Fund

The Pink Fund provides financial support to help meet basic needs when you meet their criteria.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: The Pink Fund helps with utility bills, mortgage or rent, car or car insurance payment, and health insurance premiums.

Phone Number: 877-234-PINK (7465)
Website: https://pinkfund.org/

Susan G. Komen

Provides financial support, education and funds breast cancer research.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: They have a breast care helpline and treatment assistance program. Additional services educational resources, screening reminders, and resource guides.

Phone Number: 877-465-6636
Website: Find Financial Help for Breast Cancer Patients (komen.org)

American Cancer Society

The American Cancer Society is a nationwide health organization dedicated to eliminating cancer. Their mission is to save lives, celebrate lives, and lead the fight against cancer.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: 24/7 Cancer Helpline, lodging during treatment, rides to treatment, connecting cancer survivors, hair loss and mastectomy products, 

Phone Number: 800-227-2345
Website: https://www.cancer.org/


Professional oncology social workers provide free emotional and practical support for people with cancer, caregivers, loved ones and the bereaved.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Counseling, resource navigation, support groups, education workshops, publications, financial and co-pay assistance, and community programs.

Phone Number: 800-813-HOPE (4673)
Website: https://www.cancercare.org/

Cancer Hope Network

Cancer Hope Network provides free one-on-one peer support for adult cancer patients and their loved ones.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Cancer Hope Network offers patients, loved ones, and caregivers’ access to peer support while they navigate the isolation cancer brings. They can connect you with volunteer mentors who understand your position and help you navigate a cancer diagnosis. 

Phone Number: 877-HOPENET (4673638)
Website: https://cancerhopenetwork.org/

Living Beyond Breast Cancer

A national level non-profit that connects people with trusted information and a community of support.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Offers support groups, breast cancer helpline, resource navigator, financial assistance including rent or mortgage payments, and volunteering opportunities.

Phone Number: 855-807-6386
Website: https://www.lbbc.org/

Family Reach

Family Reach is a non-profit organization that provides financial aid to any individual diagnosed with cancer and receiving care in a US based hospital. Their mission is to remove any financial barriers standing between cancer patients and their treatment.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Services include financial education, resource navigation, financial coaching, and an emergency relief fund. The Financial Treatment Program is available to people and families facing pediatric, young adult, or adult cancer diagnoses.

Phone Number: 973-394-1411
Website: https://familyreach.org/

Cleaning for a Reason

This organization provides free home cleaning to patients diagnosed with any form of cancer. They partner with residential cleaning companies across the United States.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Patients can receive two free home cleanings, one cleaning a month for two months. 

Website: https://cleaningforareason.org/

Sweep Away Cancer

A national level organization that provides financial aid and raises awareness for all forms of cancer.

Demographic Served: National Organization

Services: Provides financial services to help cancer patients with hospital or medical expenses, mortgage/rent payments, groceries, and prescriptions. 

Website: https://www.sweepawaycancer.com/


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