REOPENING

We are happy to announce that we will be reopening our doors to ESCA’s Resource Center, 2957 Birch St (corner of Birch St and Grandview Dr. NIH Annex Building) on Tuesday, June 23, 2020.  The Resource Center has been closed since March 24,  due to COVID-19 health crisis. We will follow the guidelines of Inyo County Public Health Department.  Please enter the building wearing your mask and we will be practicing physical distancing protocol.

Our volunteers are available to meet with you on Tuesday’s and Thursday’s from 10:00 AM to 12:00 PM.  If you would like to schedule an appointment or have questions, please send us an email, send a private message to our Facebook page or call us at 760-872-3811.

Thank you for your support during this stressful time with COVID-19.  Please let us know if you have special circumstances and need additional support, and we will do our best to be of service.

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LOOKING FOR SUPPORT?

ESCA has monthly meetings to support anyone who has had, or currently is in, cancer treatment. Join us on the first Tuesday of the month from 11:00 AM to 12:30 PM.

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NEED HELP?

Help With Money, Help With Resources! Available to members of Inyo and Mono County dealing with any kind of cancer. Fill out the application. (Available in English and Spanish)

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OUR MISSION

ESCA gives financial aid to those community members with cancer in Inyo and Mono Counties. We are an organization that cares about their struggle.

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DID YOU KNOW?

Did you know that with your Amazon purchases, you are able to donate to Eastern Sierra Cancer Alliance or other charitable organizations of your choice?

Get Started

Patients traveling for cancer treatment may qualify for FREE housing!

  • St. James Inn offers no-cost housing and other related services to hospital outpatients and/or family members who have loved ones undergoing critical medical care at UCLA or nearby hospitals. Call the Dept of Social Work  310-267-9700
  • Cancer Support Community with Airbnb also offers free housing for patients traveling for cancer treatment.  877-793-0498