The doctors, advanced practice providers, nurses and all support team members here at Astera Cancer Care are here for one reason: to help you. This includes helping connect you with community resources and other programs that help reduce the financial impact of your or your loved one’s care.
Actively helping connect cancer patients with economic and other assistance.
At Astera Cancer Care, we understand that cancer complicates life in many ways, including financially. Your income can be affected if you’re unable to work, and medical care can be costly, even with insurance. So we work diligently with you as your financial advocates.
We explore your coverage and payment options and help you understand and access your benefits. We also reach out on your behalf when necessary to help you find and qualify for assistance. There are many foundations, societies and organizations that help cancer patients get by, helping with prescription and copay assistance, transportation needs, grants and more.
When you have cancer, you can’t fight it alone. You need guidance, help, support, assistance, counseling, information and people who listen and whom you can trust. At Astera Cancer Care, we’re not merely your cancer doctors; we’re your cancer care team. We are here to help and support you through your cancer journey in every way possible.
Caring and dedicated to helping meet the needs of New Jersey cancer patients.
As a cancer patient, you or your loved one will have many needs, and Astera Cancer Care understands them and actively helps address them. Our caring staffers are here to discuss your needs with you and assist you in getting them met.
We’ll let you know where you can find specific products, such as wigs or mastectomy bras, and connect with support groups, psychological counseling, nutrition guidance, transportation assistance, and other forms of help.
You can also count on us to help you make informed decisions. Always feel free to ask any question, and expect us to work until it’s answered.
Cancer support resources at a glance.
Here is a list of some of the more common cancer care resources we often recommend to patients…
|CancerCare Co-Payment Assistance
|Good Days from CDF.org
|*Leukemia & Lymphoma Society
|*National Org. for Rare Disorders
|PhRMA’s Medicine Assistance Tool
|*Patient Access Network (PAN) Foundation
|Partners in Healing
|*Patient Advocate Foundation
|Pharmaceutical Assistance to the Aged and Disabled (PADD)
|Stomp the Monster
|Form on website
|*The Assistance Fund
|Cleaning for a Reason Foundation
|Medicare Part B & D Patients (NJ Div. of Aging Services)
|For medical and pharmacy prescription benefits Medicare LIS Low-Income Subsidy
|*Visit website for enrollment information.