American Cancer Society - $90,042
The American Cancer Society's Breast Prosthesis Project provides a new weighted breast prosthesis and two bras to uninsured and underinsured mastectomy patients, upon request with appropriate screening by a health professional.
Asian American Health Coalition - $146,823
The Asian American Health Coalition's Project Phoenix provides breast cancer education, screening, patient navigation services, diagnostics and breast cancer treatment for Asian American women. Services are provided in numerous Asian languages.
Baylor College of Medicine - $84,324
Baylor College of Medicine's Breast Cancer Clinic provides breast cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment for women seeking services at Ben Taub Hospital. This project fully funds a bilingual Breast Care Coordinator to provide patient navigation services and partially funds a Nurse Practitioner and Pathologist to assist with patient care.
Brazosport Health Foundation - $317,208
The Mermaid Project, a joint effort of the Brazosport Regional Health System and the Brazosport Health Foundation, provides breast cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment to low-income and uninsured women who reside in Brazoria County.
Breast Cancer Network of Strength - $124,712
Breast Cancer Network of Strength Gulf Coast provides culturally competent and linguistically appropriate breast cancer education, screening diagnostics and patient navigation for African American, Asian and Hispanic women.
D'Feet Breast Cancer - $279,943
D'Feet Breast Cancer provides breast cancer education, patient navigation services, screening and diagnostics to underserved and uninsured women who reside in Galveston County.
Good Neighbor Healthcare Center - $143,017
Good Neighbor Healthcare Center provides breast cancer education in English and Spanish, breast cancer screening and diagnostics for low-income women with little or no health insurance living in Harris County.
Harris County Hospital District Foundation - $315,500
The Harris County Hospital District Foundation will fund equipment expansion to help diagnose breast cancer at its earliest stages. The Foundation will purchase a digital specimen radiograph unit and two breast ultra sound machines to help reduce the wait time for patients from eight weeks to about two weeks.
Harris County Hospital District Foundation - $145,602
The Harris County Hospital District provides breast cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment for the county's indigent and uninsured population. The project funds a patient access counselor and three patient navigators to reduce no-show rates and expedite access to diagnostic services.
Health Center of Southeast Texas - $71,594
The Health Center of Southeast Texas' Breast Cancer Screening Program provides breast cancer screening, diagnostics and treatment to women in Liberty County who have little or no health insurance.
Houston Community College Foundation - $123,230
Houston Community College prepares students to become community health workers through the Breast Health Patient Navigator Program.
Northeast Hospital Foundation - $154,562
Northeast Hospital Foundation's Project Mammogram provides breast cancer education, screening and treatment to medically-underserved, low income individuals living in Harris, Montgomery and Liberty counties.
OakBend Medical Center - $68,801
OakBend Medical Center provides screening and diagnostic services for medically underserved women in west Fort Bend County.
Shalom Mobile Health Ministry, Inc. - $129,407
Shalom Mobile Health Ministry provides breast cancer screening and diagnostic services to low-income and medically underserved women within the East End community of Harris County.
The Rose - $687,750
The Rose's Continuum of Care for Breast Health provides a full spectrum of breast healthcare for a diverse group of women in Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty and Montgomery counties who are uninsured or unable to pay. Women receive breast cancer education, screening, diagnostics, patient navigation services and access to and/or direct medical treatment for breast cancer.
The Methodist Hospital Foundation - $36,955
The Methodist Hospital Foundation, in collaboration with San Jacinto Methodist Hospital, provides education, clinical breast exams, mammograms, diagnostic services and patient navigation for medically underserved women in East Harris, Chambers and Liberty counties.
University of Texas Medical Branch - $687,686
University of Texas Medical Branch's Komen Complete Care Project provides breast cancer screening, diagnostics, and breast cancer treatment for low-income, uninsured women residing in Brazoria, Chambers, Fort Bend, Galveston, Harris, Liberty and Montgomery Counties.
Young Survival Coalition - $7,335
The Young Survival Coalition Houston provides education and resources for newly diagnosed young women.
Community Education, Screening and Treatment Grants Total - $3,614,488