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Bright Spot Network
Making a Difference to Fight Breast Cancer
This program provides short-term relief for families, caregivers and parents grappling with the financial challenges presented by cancer while raising young children to foster safe spaces for individual and familial healing, recovery and reconnection.


Tim and Jeannie Hamann Foundation
Making a Difference to Fight Breast Cancer
Direct and emergency services to Solano County breast cancer patients who do not have the resources to meet basic needs. Emergency financial assistance includes transportation to treatments, utilities, food and housing expenses.


Women’s Cancer Resource Center
Emergency Financial Assistance and Breast Cancer Navigation
Emergency financial assistance and services are available to low-income women diagnosed with breast cancer who are actively in treatment in Alameda and Contra Costa Counties.


HERS Breast Cancer Foundation
Lymphedema Project
This program provides garments for prevention and treatment of lymphedema that can occur after treatment of breast cancer.


MarinHealth Foundation
Screening and Diagnostic Fund for Uninsured and Underinsured Individuals
Breast screening and diagnostic testing, mammograms, ultrasounds, MRI screenings and biopsies for low income, uninsured or underinsured individuals facing disparities in breast cancer detection.

Los Altos

Pink Ribbon Good
Free Rides for Breast Cancer Patients in the Bay Area
Programs provide free healthy meals, rides to treatment, housecleaning essentials and peer support for clients undergoing treatment for breast cancer.


Charlotte Maxwell Clinic
Integrative Medicine and Basic Human Resources for Low-Income Women
Integrative medicine tools (acupuncture, massage therapy, herbs, guided imagery, stress reduction, exercise and nutrition) are available for comprehensive breast cancer management to low-income, uninsured women with breast cancer.

San Francisco

Pilipino Senior Resource Center
Kapwa Kalinga – “Care for Each Other” Navigation and Support Assistance for Low-income Filipina Breast Cancer Patients
Underserved Filipinas with breast cancer receive navigational assistance, transportation and emergency support services.

Project Open Hand
Nutrition Program for Breast Cancer Patients
The program provides medically-tailored meals and/or groceries and nutritional education for low-income breast cancer patients. Based on level of illness, meals can be delivered to clients.

San Francisco General Hospital Foundation
Lymphedema Education and Referral Program (LERP)
Lymphedema education and treatment is offered to diverse underserved breast cancer patients in San Francisco. The program also includes services such as garments, transportation and supplies.

San Francisco Women’s Cancer Network
African American Women Breast Health Project
This program provides navigation for African American women living in the Bayview/Hunter’s Point communities of San Francisco to access breast cancer screening services, follow-up diagnostic, treatment and breast cancer support services.

Shanti Project
Margot Murphy Women’s Cancer Program
Underserved low income women diagnosed with breast cancer have access to navigation and emergency services. These include translation, food and taxi vouchers to get patients to and from their treatment.

San Jose

Cancer CAREpoint
Emergency, Navigational and Direct Services Support for Breast Cancer Patients
Patients, family members and caregivers receive assistance every step of the journey from cancer diagnosis to survivorship through provided services.

Community Health Partnership
Community Mammography Access Project (CMAP)
This program provides navigational assistance for mammograms for underserved women by addressing barriers to screening services in order to reduce late stage breast cancer diagnosis among medically underserved women in Santa Clara County.

Latinas Contra Cancer
Patient Navigation for Breast Cancer Care and Prevention in the Latino Community
Latinas Contra Cancer is raising awareness about breast cancer in the underserved Latino community, increasing access to quality care, working to decrease mortality and improving the quality of the health care experience.

San Mateo

Bay Area Cancer Connections
Access to Care Program
Bay Area Cancer Connections supports anyone affected by breast cancer with personalized services that inform and empower.

Samaritan House
Samaritan House Breast Care Clinic
Navigation for breast care and mammograms is provided for uninsured women.

San Rafael

Breastoration Ink
3D Nipple Tattooing
Nipple and areolas are recreated with cosmetic tattoo pigment resulting in a natural looking breast. Tattoos appear realistic and can fool the brain and eye into thinking it is an actual dimensional nipple, playing an important role in feeling whole again both physically and emotionally.

Marin Center for Independent Living
Mary Mathews Breast Cancer and Advocacy Project
Underserved individuals in Marin County diagnosed with breast cancer receive help in navigating the health care system in order to acquire and maintain medical insurance. Also, the project provides emergency services including housing and financial planning and assistance during treatment and recovery.

Zero Breast Cancer
Resilient Me Health and Wellness Coaching Program
Health and Wellness Coaches work with clients on topics key to reducing risk of breast cancer and of recurrence, including physical activity, eating, sleeping, managing stress, and limiting exposure to toxins.

Santa Rosa

Institute For Health & Healing
Holistic Support for Breast Cancer Patients
The Institute administers holistic care services including therapeutic massage and other complementary therapies to recently diagnosed breast cancer patients in Marin to support them during treatment.


Ceres Community Project
Nourishing Meal Support and Nutrition Education for Breast Cancer Patients
Teenagers come together to prepare nourishing food for people recovering from breast cancer and their family members in Marin County. The project helps educate clients and young people alike about how organic meals and supplemental food products support improved treatment outcomes.


Cancer Support Sonoma
Navigational, Complementary and Direct Support Services for Breast Cancer Patients
This program offers breast cancer patients in Sonoma Valley and surrounding areas, with navigational, complementary therapies and direct support services to improve quality of life.

Walnut Creek

Cancer Support Community
Emergency Financial Assistance for Low-Income Breast Cancer Patients
Low-income breast cancer patients and their families living in Alameda County can receive emergency financial assistance during treatment.

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