We are thrilled to announce that Arizona Oncology Foundation's Craycroft Resource Center is open again! Our hours are Monday - Friday from 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM. We are looking forward to continuing to provide cancer support programs and services like free wigs and head coverings, as well as free bras and prosthesis. We will incorporate integrative therapies back at this location starting the week of August 24th. We are located at 2625 N Craycroft Road, Suite 215. Our Rudasill Resource Center will open in September.
To get started with services, please click here to fill out a patient application.
We are striving to provide programs at zero cost.
Arizona Oncology Foundation is dedicated to providing supportive programs and services to anyone affected by cancer, regardless of where you seek traditional treatment or the inability to pay. Research shows that people with support systems in place, live better, heal quicker and have better outcomes than those who do not. Recognizing that cancer treatment is expensive, we offer assistance to ease the financial burden and encourage supportive services in the following areas:
Obtain Financial Assistance for Complementary Services Application Form from Arizona Oncology Foundation. Patient’s physician must sign the form indicating that patient meets financial hardship guidelines.
Dental problems must fall into one of the following categories:
NOTE: Cosmetic or routine procedures are not eligible for assistance through our Application Process.
We partner with a number of local dentists for this free service.
Click HERE to download the Dental Services Referral Form or you may obtain a copy from Arizona Oncology Foundation Resource Center.
The patient's physician must fill out and sign the top portion of the form, and the patient must fill out the bottom demographic portion.
Cancer Lending Library, Media Center and Community Symposiums
AOF provides a large selection of books, articles and other resources at each Resource Center. Patients and family members and caregivers can find materials and educational books on a wide arrange of topics concerning diagnosis, treatment and living with cancer. Books and materials are available for borrowing, some for keep and some on-line with the availability to print. You will also find links to vetted, high-quality information from other local and national resources. AOF also partners with physicians, hospitals and other healthcare providers to bring educational talks, series and symposiums regarding cancer prevention, genetics and cancer, treatment updates, and survivorship including:
Breast Cancer Update Oct. 12, 2019 - Details coming soon
Find us at Community and Corporate Health Fairs.