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|Houston Affiliate Flyer||Support Resources|
|Free or Low Cost Mammograms||Financial Assistance Resources|
Breast Cancer Facts: Basics, Information and Education
|Biopsy Basics||Breast Self Awareness||LGBT Breast Cancer Facts|
|Breast Cancer Facts||Facts About Clinical Trials||Lymphedema|
|Breast Cancer In Men||Genetics and Breast Cancer||Mammography|
|Breast Cancer Risk Factors||Inflammatory Breast Cancer||National Breast Health Resources|
|Breast Health Basics for Young Women||Learn the Facts About Breast Cancer||Passionately Pink Breast Cancer Facts|
|Tips on Healthy Living||Take Care of Your Life||Talking With Your Children|
|Racial Ethnic Differences||Treatment Choices||Triple Negative Breast Cancer|
|Arabic Brochure||Young Women and Breast Cancer||Spanish Brochure|
St. Luke's Breast Health Portal for Local Resources
The Breast Health Resource Mapping Project is a joint project of The Breast Health Collaborative of Texas and St. Luke's Episcopal Health Charities. This unique tool provides users with a single resource offering current and free health access information for breast health services and offers interactive mapping capabilities. The website helps individual users and case managers locate breast health treatment and diagnostic services including safety-net clinics. Users can locate services, view hours of operation, languages spoken and financial/eligibility requirements. In addition, the mapping capabilities of the website allow health planners to prioritize and identify underserved areas where there is insufficient capacity and help to determine expansion potential.
This research project helps the Affiliate identify gaps and barriers in programs and services in our seven county service area with assistance from a public health graduate intern. The data is compiled every two years and is produced in hard copy as the Community Profile.
Community Profile 2015 Full Version Available! Download PDF.
An annual breast health summit hosted by the Breast Health Collaborative of Texas to fill the gaps in breast health services and combine complimentary resources to improve access to care, particularly for low-income and uninsured clients. All breast cancer advocates and health care providers are invited to address these gaps in breast health services. For more information, visit http://www.bhctexas.org/Summit/index.html