Access to Cancer Treatment

Cancer patients in Hancock and Washington counties must travel long distances to get to the major treatment Center in Brewer. Through its financial assistance program, the Beth C. Wright Center eases the financial and emotional stresses of accessing cancer treatments for people living with cancer in Hancock and Washington counties. In addition to providing funds for transportation directly to cancer patients, Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center will conduct outreach and work to coordinate efforts among transportation providers in Washington and Hancock counties.

 

 

 

Organization: 
Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
Grant Amount Given: 
$50,000
Year Issued: 
2017
Grant Category: 
Transportation
Types of Cancer: 
All

Maine Cancer Foundation Grants to this Organization:

Year Program Amount Category Organization
2017 Access to Cancer Treatment $50,000 Transportation Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2017 General Operating Support $15,000 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2017 Access to Cancer Treatment $7,500 Transportation Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2016 Access to Cancer Treatment $15,000 Transportation Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2015 Access To Cancer Treatment $7,000 Transportation Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2013 Evaluation of Financial Assistance Program $9,800 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2011 Funding for Program Coordinator Position $10,000 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2010 Housing Assistance for Cancer Patients in Hancock and Washington Counties $5,520 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2008 Committee To Tackle Cancer Issues in Washington County $2,500 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2006 Support Grant $2,200 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2005 Support Grant $1,500 Support Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center
2005 Real Life Science: Conversations on Cancer Research and Coping with Scientists from Jackson Lab $700 Education Beth C. Wright Cancer Resource Center