Vista Community Clinic

Vista Community Clinic provides breast health outreach and clinical services linkages to low-income, minority women ages 40+ with an emphasis on medically under-served women, and with particular reference to African Americans and Latinas. 
Natasha Riley - Program Manager
1000 Vale Terrace., Vista, CA  92084
760-631-5000 x 7167

YWCA of North Orange County

The YWCA of North Orange County's Neighborhood Link To Breast Cancer Prevention is the largest, mobile, neighborhood-based early breast cancer screening program helping at-risk, low-income, medically underserved or uninsured, multicultural women 40 years or older. We bring medical providers, mammogram vendors and multilingual staff for breast self-awareness education directly into churches, temples, food pantries, ethnic markets, homeless shelters, community and senior centers where the women work and live. All women are navigated to diagnostic screenings and followed for timeliness of care.
Diane Masseth-Jones - Executive Director
215 E. Commonwealth Ave., Suite F, Fullerton, CA   92832
714-871- 4488 x200
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Samaritan House    

The Samaritan House Breast Care Clinic reduces barriers to providing uninsured women with access to the continuum of comprehensive, high-quality and timely breast health care services through the provision of education, screening, clinical breast examination, referrals for free mammography and other imaging services, and yearly follow-up. The program utilizes a culturally sensitive and linguistically appropriate intervention strategy that targets low-income uninsured women residing in San Mateo County, the majority of whom (over 85%) are Spanish speakers. All services are free of charge.
Maria Dolores Perez - Breast Care Coordinator 
19 West 39th Avenue., San Mateo, CA 94403
650-523-0816 or 650-294-4302
Fax: 650- 523-0839 
La Maestra Family Clinic  
The mission and vision of this program are to increase the number of breast cancer screenings and increase knowledge about the importance of early breast cancer detection within underserved communities resulting in lower late-stage incidence and deaths caused by breast cancer. For this project, LMFC will target the underserved urban communities of central, south, and east San Diego County, California. LMFC will provide culturally and linguistically competent breast health education and screenings (clinical breast exams and mammograms) to at-risk individuals, individuals over 40 years of age, low-income, uninsured/underinsured, minority, immigrant, and refugee women. LMFC will provide easy access to low to no-cost breast cancer screenings and health education on-site and via mobile mammography unit at community events and where women live, work, play and worship.
Sonia Tucker - Quality Improvement Director
4060 Fairmount Avenue
San Diego, CA 92105
619- 584-1612 ext. 3164