Thinking about cancer or dealing with cancer risk can be scary or overwhelming, but we believe that receiving information and resources is comforting, empowering, and lifesaving.
Oral contraceptives have been shown to lower the risk for ovarian cancer. The Affordable Care Act requires most insurance companies to pay for oral contraceptives with no out-of-pocket expenses for eligible women.
In situations not covered under the Affordable Care Act, insurance will still often cover the costs for oral contraceptives. If your insurance company denies this medication, visit our health insurance appeals page for information on insurance appeals.
Federally qualified health centers (also called “Community Health Centers”) can be a resource to anyone who needs financial assistance with their healthcare journey. Their mission is to provide care regardless of ability to pay. They often are the most knowledgeable about which other providers and organizations in their local community offer services at discounts, sliding fee scales, etc. Their main focus is providing prevention services such as screenings.
All of the centers must provide access to mental health services and many provide access to general living assistance programs (energy assistance, child care assistance, housing assistance, etc.)