Sassy Resource List

  2. Non-profit organization for improving the health of California’s Black women and girls through education, policy, outreach, and advocacy. (new)
  3. (Triple Negative Breast Cancer) (new)
  4. (the largest and oldest national organization representing African American physicians committed to the elimination of health disparities)
  5. (Breast Cancer Awareness for African American women and women of color
  6. (Living Beyond Breast Cancer)
  7. (National Cancer Institute) 1.800.4.CANCER
  8. (National African American cancer survivors organization)
  10. (Susan G. Komen Los Angeles County) The goal is to have 50 people on the team.
  11. (The Susan G. Komen Breast Cancer Foundation)
  12. (American Cancer Society) 1.800.ACS.2345
  14. (Black Women for Wellness) (new)
  15. (African American Breast Cancer Alliance for Men and Women –Minnesota) (new)
  17. (Celebrate Life Cancer Ministry, Los Angeles, CA)
  18. (National Alliance of Breast Cancer Organizations)
  19. The Cancer Legal Resource Center (CLRC) is a national, joint program of the Disability Rights Legal Center and Loyola Law School Los Angeles. The CLRC provides free information and resources on cancer-related legal issues (new)
  20. Please make sure to read through and complete the entire application. You will also need to obtain a letter from your medical provider confirming diagnosis and treatment (this must be on letterhead). Once complete, send the entire application to  OR P.O. Box 801889 Dallas, TX 75380. For assistance with the application or for more information, contact 1-972-866-4233 or
  22. Needy Meds – provides information on how to provide pharmaceutical assistance programs. You can visit them at or you can call them at 800-503-6897
  23. Christina S. Walsh Breast Cancer Foundation – provides assistance for treatment for under or uninsured patients, such as medications, tests, transportation to and from treatment, and other financial burdens. Please visit them at or call them at (732) 853-7910.
  24. Provision Project provides financial assistance for breast cancer patients who are in need to pay medical expenses, utilities, gas/travel, or general living expenses. Applications are only accepted from the 1st to the 10th of each month. Please visit
  25. Remember Betty assists in minimizing the financial burden associated with breast cancer for patients and survivors by providing direct financial support. Please visit    Applications are accepted from the 1st through the 7th of each month only.
  26. Cancer Recovery Foundation – provides financial assistance for rent and utilities, community and educational resources to individuals diagnosed with cancer. You can visit the website at
  27. DONNA CareLine provides case management services for caregivers and patients with a diagnosis of breast cancer. You can reach them at 1-877-236-6626  or go to They have insurance and healthcare experts for breast cancer patients experiencing access to care issues.
  28. Cancer Warrior, Inc– helps patients receive financial support for the treatment of their choice. or You can reach them at 702-546-8575 or visit their website at They were anticipated to begin accepting applications on February 18, 2021.
  29. Breast Cancer Angels – provides temporary financial assistance to eligible patients in Los Angeles County who are experiencing financial hardship as a result of their treatment. You can contact them directly at 714-898-8900 or you can visit