Triage Cancer's free Quick Guides, Checklists, Worksheets, and other materials offer legal and practical education about health insurance, finances and financial toxicity, cancer and work, disability insurance, estate planning and medical decision making, and much more. While these materials are designed for individuals diagnosed with cancer, caregivers, and health care professionals, they are helpful to anyone with a serious medical condition, or anyone who wants to learn about their rights.
You can view our educational materials online or print them out. If you are a health care professional and would like to place a bulk order of hard copies of these materials, please complete our materials order form. Materials are mailed directly to you at no cost!
Our flyers are particularly useful if you are a health care professional, or individual interested in sharing information about Triage Cancer with your community. Download or print our Webinar, Conference, and Insurance & Finance Intensive flyers with the schedule of our upcoming events; postcards for CancerFinances.org and our animated videos; and more.
For a comprehensive breakdown of cancer rights information, see our Practical Guides to Cancer Rights!
There are many ways to be an advocate for the cancer community. These Quick Guides will teach you about the spectrum of advocacy, legislative advocacy, scientific advocacy, and media advocacy. Don't forget to check out our Cancer Advocacy Resource Hub for even more free resources on engaging in cancer advocacy.
Cancer is expensive. These materials will teach you about avoiding financial toxicity, managing debt, paying for prescriptions, finding financial help, and more. Don't forget to check out our free Finances Resource Hub, and visit CancerFinances.org, an interactive toolkit for navigating finances after cancer.
If you have been diagnosed with cancer and are undergoing treatment, you may find that you are no longer able to work and earn a living the same way that you were before your diagnosis. These Quick Guides will explain the different kinds of disability insurance, when benefits will start, tips for applying and appealing denials of coverage, and things to consider when you are getting disability benefits. For access to all of our free disability insurance resources, see our Disability Insurance Resource Hub.
These Quick Guides and Checklists will help you understand and complete the legal documents that can make up an estate plan, including wills, trusts, advance health care directives, and powers of attorney for financial affairs. For detailed estate planning information in your state, including all of the forms you need, see our State-Specific Estate Planning Toolkit! For all of our free estate planning resources, see our Estate Planning Resource Hub.
Understanding how to choose and use your health insurance is important to access care and manage your finances, especially after being diagnosed with a serious medical condition like cancer. These Quick Guides, Checklists, and Worksheets, will get you started on the right path! For more free information, see our Health Insurance Resource Hub and our Navigating Health Care Resource Hub.
These free materials will teach you about the different parts of Medicare, how to pay for it, how to pick a plan that best meets your needs, enrollment periods, and more! For more free information, see our Medicare Materials & Resources.
Wondering how to work through treatment or take time off and pay for it? How to navigate the workplace after a cancer diagnosis, or what you have to tell an employer about your medical condition? Are you a caregiver? These Quick Guides and Checklists will teach you about the laws designed to protect you, and how to use them most effectively. Don't forget to check out our Work & Cancer Resource Hub for access to all of our free resources.
Individuals diagnosed with cancer and their caregivers may face a number of legal and practical issues in areas like housing, education, genetics, fertility preservation, and medical marijuana, among other topics. We also have dedicated information for members of the LGBTQ+ community, and veterans, For more free legal and practical resources, visit our Cancer-Related Legal Issues Resource Hub.