Free Lymphedema Garments
BCFO provides Lymphedema garments through area medical supply providers. To qualify, candidates must be uninsured or underinsured, and lymphedema must be a result of breast cancer treatment.
1.) Fill out the Lymphedema Garment application and Medical Records Authorization and fax, mail or drop off at BCFO office: BCFO, 620 W. Republic Rd., Ste. 107, Springfield, MO 65807
2.) Please be specific about what type of garments are needed.
3.) Applicants will receive a phone call to confirm receipt of application and to obtain a short case history.
4.) BCFO will request a copy of the most recent medical records related to your need for lymphedema garments
5.) Once all necessary information has been received, applicants will receive a letter regarding approval with instructions on how to proceed.
Payment for Lymphedema garments will be paid to invoice to the garment provider.
"BCFO offered me a hand up,
not a hand out."
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Have you been diagnosed with breast cancer? Click here to learn more about receiving help with your household bills during treatment. Do you need a free screening mammogram? Click here to apply. Are you struggling to pay for lymphedema garments? Click HERE for an application.
BCFO hosts several fundraising events every year. Check out our upcoming events here!
With your help and support, BCFO can continue our mission of helping families impacted by breast cancer. To make a charitable donation, click HERE.
BREAST CANCER FOUNDATION OF THE OZARKS
620 W. Republic Rd. Ste 107
Springfield, MO 65807
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Breast Cancer Foundation of the Ozarks is a local 501(c) 3 not-for-profit organization. BCFO reaches out to friends and neighbors who have been affected by breast cancer. BCFO offers personal support and comfort in real and practical ways, providing support networks, mentoring programs, a full range of resources regarding breast cancer awareness, diagnosis and treatment, where to find related community services, and more.