New York

Charles B. Wang Community Health Center Inc.

The Mission of the Charles B. Wang Community Health Center is to eliminate disparities in health, improve health status, and expand access to the medically underserved with a focus on Asian
Americans.The goal of Project H.O.P.E. is to improve knowledge and access to breast health resources within the Asian American community, with a special emphasis on the Chinese American community through a series of culturally competent and linguistically sensitive activities. Project H.O.P.E. will promote breast cancer awareness through outreach, in-reach, and linkage to low or no-cost screening services. 

Shalini Vora – Associate Director 
268 Canal Street, New York, NY 10013
212-941-2233
svora@cbwchc.org; www.cbwchc.org 

 

Chenango Health Network Inc.

Chenango Health Network's Every Woman Counts in Chenango County Campaign offers community-based education and outreach activities in a rural central New York county so that uninsured, under-insured and medically under-served women are screened for breast cancer and receive follow-up care.

Theresa Davis - Executive Director 
24 Conkey Ave., Norwich, NY 13815
607-337-4171
theresa@chenangohealth.org; www.chenangohealth.org 

 

Korean Community Services 

KCS' 'Step Up for Healthy Women" project goal is to coordinate breast cancer screenings in the community for Korean immigrant and Korean American women that are culturally and linguistically competent. KCS provides uninsured women with mammograms, clinical breast exams, colo-rectal cancer screenings and pap smears through the Cancer Services program of New York at no cost.

Tracey Denholm - Project Coordinator
2 West 32nd St #604, New York, NY 10001
212-463-9685 ext. 205
tdenholm@kcsny.org; www.kcsny.org/ 

Or Mailing address

35-56 159th St, Flushing, NY 11358

 

Project Renewal Inc.

Project Renewal ScanVan is a Mobile Mammography Program dedicated to reducing the suffering and social costs associated with breast cancer by providing free breast health education, free clinical breast exams, and free screening mammography to low-income, uninsured, and homeless women living in the New York Metropolitan area.  

Mary Solomon - ScanVan Director
54 Lincoln Ave., Islip Terrace, NY 11752
631-581-4171
Mary.Solomon@projectrenewal.org; www.projectrenewal.org 

 

YWCA Of Binghamton/Broome County

YWCA/Encoreplus breast health outreach, education and advocacy program educates all women concerning the importance of annual breast/Cervical Cancer Screenings and assists uninsured and under-insured women 40 and older access to screening funds available in New York State.  

Crystal Sackett - Program Coordinator
80 Hawley St., Binghamton, NY 13901
607-427-9715  or 607-772-0340 ext. 242
clown@ywcaofbinghamton.org; www.ywcabinghamton.org