Blue Hope Treatment Awards
This program provides eligible patients with a one-time $200 check to help with daily expenses that add to the burden of treatment, including childcare, transportation, or food.
Screening Support Program
If you need resources to support your screening, please call the Alliance's toll-free Helpline. We will share available options with you.
Cottonelle® and BLKHLTH®-sponsored Screening Assistance Fund
Cottonelle® and BLKHLTH® partnered with the Alliance to create a dedicated screening fund for eligible Black individuals in need.
The Alliance provided me with a Blue Hope Financial Assistance grant to help with food, gas, and even toiletries so that I could focus entirely on my wife.
The legacy behind Blue Hope Financial Assistance
Through the donation of Carol Green and her family, people can receive a screening test or help with the financial burden of treatment. Ms. Green passed in 2010.
Up NextFinancial problems and CRC
A federal judge struck down a provision of the Affordable Care Act (ACA) that requires insurance companies to follow U.S. Preventive Service Task Force (USPSTF) guidelines and cover the cost of certain preventive cancer screenings, including tests for colorectal cancer. If not paused or overturned, millions of people stand to lose insurance coverage for colonoscopy, stool-DNA, FIT, and other tests for colorectal cancer, the second deadliest cancer among men and women combined in the United States.
The national nonprofit Colorectal Cancer Alliance announced a Request for Proposals (RFP) for innovative translational research.
The Colorectal Cancer Alliance announced a transformative research investment strategy to guide the field and its own $30 million in research funding over the next five years.