Caring Voice Coalition’s last full day of operation was May 1, 2019.
We are grateful to everyone who participated with our work over the last 15 years and supported our efforts to improve the lives of those with chronic illnesses. We particularly want to thank the more than 100,000 people that we have had the honor of working for and learning from. We know each of you has a story that endures. Our wish is that each of you continues to persevere and finds all that you need to live your life to the fullest.
We have transitioned some of our programming to other organizations so they can continue our mission and help those in need. Please visit our helpful resources page for a guide to other organizations that offer similar services. If you need to reach someone regarding CVC business operations, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
At the request of CVC’s former patient community, the CVC blog will be available until Oct. 1, 2019. Please save what you might use before then.
Tip: Another good place to start is by calling 2-1-1 or visiting 211.org, which will direct you to local and national services according to your expressed needs.
Financial resources by diagnosis
Click on a disease name to view a list of related resources. To save time when contacting the resources below, have ready a list of all your diagnoses and the names of any medications for which you are seeking assistance.
These organizations provide education, advocacy and support to specific patient communities. They typically do not provide direct financial assistance themselves but instead offer resources, emotional support communities, and information for living with your diagnosis.
Federal, state and local governments may offer public assistance to people who meet all eligibility requirements. These programs assist low-income, disabled, senior or minor individuals. Please apply to the applicable agency directly.