BCRC Plan of Action for COVID-19 Response

We are HERE for You!

We are committed to the health and wellness of our community.  To do our part, Patient Navigators and staff are working remotely.  We are available via text, email or phone, to assist you with any questions you have, or support you may need.  We are following the latest advice from medical experts, city, county, and state officials, and our medical partners in the community, and will continue to update you via email, social media, and our website.

What does this mean for our clients?

If you’re a newly referred client; our Support Specialist is monitoring our Helpline voice mails remotely and checking faxes for referrals from providers.  She will contact you as soon as possible.  She’ll ask for information from you so she can assign you a Patient Navigator based on your age, primary language and geographic location.  She will notify your new Navigator to contact you to provide you the guidance and support you need, and connect you with resources.

For all our clients; we are HERE for you and will continue to guide, assist, and support you as we always have.  We will connect with phone calls, texts, emails, through our online forums, and more.  Support Circles and luncheons will continue with phone and video options as alternatives.  Our mission continues – to empower those affected by breast cancer with personalized support and compassion, and to give Hope. Help. Here!

To our medical partners and community at large; we are prepared and will implement the latest strategies to maintain support for your patients, our clients, and our community.  We remain steadfastly committed to our mission as we have for 25 years.  With great gratitude for our generous donors and community supporters, we have the stability and sustainability to navigate through this difficult time.  With your continued support, we will work to provide the guidance, education and assistance – found nowhere else – to all those facing the lifelong physical, mental, emotional, and financial challenges of breast cancer and its treatment.

Please be patient as we manage continuing changes amidst increasing need for help.  Check out the links below for more helpful info.

Sincerely,

Ray Anne Evans, Executive Director

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CDC COVID-19 Latest Information

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Welcome to the Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)

Whatever the circumstances, our services are provided free of charge to anyone affected by breast cancer regardless of income, ethnicity, level of education, sexual orientation, or social support.

Newly diagnosed

From the moment you receive a diagnosis, there are so many decisions to make and situations to face. You’d like to know what you can expect.

In Treatment

Treatment for breast cancer has become so complex. Multiple providers, drug therapies, chemo, radiation, surgery; you’d like to know how to sort it all out.

After Treatment

You’ve crossed the finish line. The dust has somewhat settled, but your life will never be the same. You’d like to know what happens now.

Living with Cancer

Breast cancer is part of your life. It isn’t going away and treatment will never end. You’d like to know how to live fully in the face of this disease.

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BCRC has been the best navigational tool. They’ve provided me with support and the right resources to guide my questions, with the added benefit of meeting so many cool people who are now my friends.
Shondi Pugh
BCRC client

What Makes Us Unique?


We've Been There Before

Our BCRC Navigators are survivors themselves. They understand breast cancer in a way only someone who’s been there can.

We're Focused On YOU

We are the only nonprofit in Central Texas focused solely on providing  guidance, education, and assistance for women affected by breast cancer.

We're Flexible

We can help you no matter who your doctor is or where you receive treatment. We're available to you in person, over the phone, and through email. 

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