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Financial help

For more information on the resources listed below, contact your local Society office.

  • Medical Transportation Assistance Program (MTAP)

    This Newfoundland and Labrador government program is available to patients who have to travel to St John’s, NL, for medical appointments and treatment. For more information, or to obtain a copy of the MTAP form, call toll-free at 1-877-475-2412 or download MTAP forms at the NL government website.

  • Patient and family support fund

    The Dr H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Care Foundation program provides short-term financial assistance to people with cancer for treatment-related expenses. Eligibility is based on a demonstrated financial need, and an assessment by a social worker at the Dr H. Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre is required. For more information, call the social work department at the Dr H Bliss Murphy Cancer Centre at 709-777-7604.

  • Canada Revenue Agency

    Canada Revenue Agency (CRA) offers tax deductions for some medical expenses that are not covered by insurance policies or other programs. Deductions and credits are also available for people with disabilities and their caregivers. For more information, call 1-800-959-8281 or visit CRA.

  • Employment and Social Development Canada

    Employment and Social Development Canada (ESDC) offers a variety of income security programs such as Employment Insurance Sickness Benefits, Employment Insurance Compassionate Care Benefits, Canada Pension Plan Disability Benefits and Guaranteed Income Supplement. For more information, call 1-800-622-6232 or visit ESDC.

  • Bay D'Espoir Local Cancer Benefit Group

    This local group provides financial support to cancer patients living in the Bay D’Espoir area. For more information, call 709-538-3545.

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