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  Program Organization  
Assistance - Legal Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project  
  Attorneys, paralegals, and law students volunteer through Consumer Bankruptcy Assistance Project's Fresh Start Clinic to provide direct, pro bono legal representation to low income individuals with consumer debt problems seeking bankruptcy.
Assistance - General Congreso De Latinos Unidos  
  Congreso's Health Center is a federally-qualified health center that provides primary care services for men, women and children including: Adult and Family Medicine, Pregnancy testing, Testing for sexually transmitted infections, Contraception, Gynecological care, Social Work, and HIV Testing, Counseling and Medical Treatment Services. The Housing ...
National Resource Compassion and Choices  
  Compassion and Choices is a nonprofit, right-to-die organization offering information on end-of-life options. Its one core goal is to assure freedom of choice at the end of life. Compassion and Choices provides: • Information on patients' rights • Individual counseling • Advance Planning/Good-to-Go - Helps families make plans and ...
Assistance - General Community Outreach Partnership  
  Community Outreach Partnership's Communicare volunteers serve the Philadelphia frail elderly population one-on-one in a variety of ways, filling in for lost family and friends. Services they provide may include friendship socialization, shopping assistance, transportation to medical appointments, acting as advocate with healthcare practitioners, ...
Assistance - Legal Community Legal Services (CLS) of Philadelphia  
  Provides free legal advice and representation for civil cases to low income residents of Philadelphia. Legal assistance with issues such as unemployment, utilities, food stamps, Medical Assistance and Medicare, nursing homes, elderly estate recovery, mortgages, consumer scams, student loans, and bankruptcy.
National Resource Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP)  
  Through the Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP), the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provides colorectal cancer screening and follow-up care to low-income men and women aged 50 – 64 years who are underinsured or uninsured for screening, when resources are available and there is no other payment option. To search for a ...
National Resource ColonoscopyAssist  
  The ColonoscopyAssist program offers colonoscopy procedures at a subsidized rate of $1075, $1175 or $1275. The flat rate is an all-inclusive rate. It includes all costs related to the procedure. There are no hidden charges or fine print. The price includes: 1) Colonoscopy Prep Kit 2) Physician fees 3) Facility fees including nurse costs ...
National Resource Colon Cancer Coalition  
  The Caregiver Network provides financial and emotional support to families and caregivers while a loved one is in treatment for colon cancer and resources to those who have lost a loved one to colorectal cancer. Caring for a loved one with colon cancer can be difficult, both emotionally and financially. They support caregivers by connecting them ...
National Resource Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA)  
  Colon Cancer Alliance (CCA) is a national nonprofit organization made up of colon and rectal cancer survivors, caregivers, people with genetic predisposition to the disease, and other individuals touched by colorectal cancer (CRC). Colon Cancer Alliance is committed to ending the suffering caused by cancers of the colon, rectum, appendix and anus. ...
National Resource Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups ("Coalition")  
  The Coalition of Cancer Cooperative Groups (Coalition) is a nonprofit organization comprised of National Cancer Institute-sponsored Cooperative Groups, the country's leading patient advocacy organizations, and thousands of oncology and cancer research specialists. The Coalition addresses its members' shared goal of improving the clinical trials ...



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