Asian American Health Coalition - Thee HOPE Clinic
The Asian American Health Coalition/HOPE Clinic Phoenix Project ensures ethnic Asian and underserved minority women, particularly immigrants and refugees, receive targeted breast health education through customized approaches enabling them to obtain regular mammograms and clinical breast exams with appropriate follow-up. Since 2003, over 30,000 women have been reached through education activities and approximately 4,000 women received free mammogram screenings. HOPE Clinic is a nonprofit, Federally Qualified Health Center (FQHC) and a Patient Centered Medical Home (PCMH Level 2), with a mission to improve the health of residents in greater Houston through culturally and linguistically appropriate services. HOPE Clinic operates three clinical sites and offers a comprehensive array of integrated health services in more than 14 languages for un/underinsured and limited English proficient multicultural residents, regardless of ability to pay.
Karen Tso - Program Director
7001 Corporate Dr. , Suite 120, Houston, TX 77036
Julie Rogers "Gift of Life" Program
Medically underserved women—including those who are uninsured or underinsured, low-income, minorities, and living in rural areas—face critical health disparities that result in higher rates of breast cancer incidence and mortality. Women in Southeast Texas disproportionately confront challenges and barriers to healthcare due to limited financial resources and access to conveniently located and affordable mammography and other screening services.
Christina Morris, BSN, RN - Program Manager
2390 Dowlen Road, Beaumont, TX 77706
YWCA of San Antonio
ENCOREplus program provides referral services and education on early detection of breast cancer to medically underserved women in San Antonio and surrounding areas.
Norma J Cruz - ENCOREplus Outreach Coordinator
503 Castroville Rd., San Antonio, TX 78237
YWCA of Lubbock
Our target population is medically underserved women between 18 and 64 years of age, who are at or below 200% of poverty level, and have no health insurance or who are underinsured. Our focus is rural, minority, low-income and at risk women under 45.
Jennifer Riley - Director - Women's Health Initiative
1500 14th Street, Lubbock, TX 79401
Cancer and Chronic Disease Consortium
The CCDC is a grassroots organization that unites community-based organizations, local foundations, local citizens, voluntary health agencies, community service providers and state agencies. Our overall mission is to develop community based strategies to educate and empower people about cancer and chronic disease so they can make informed decisions. The CCDC exists to help underserved, uninsured clients obtain early detection and diagnosis, and to advocate for people's health through the collaboration of public and private entities. Since its establishment in 1989, the CCDC has affected the lives of 1.8 million people, directly and indirectly, in our bi-national community.