2020 Community Health Partners

Through its community health care grantees, Komen Greater CETX funding makes critical breast health services accessible to uninsured and underinsured women and men in our 58 service counties. If you need breast health services, contact the Komen Greater CETX funded health care provider below that offers the service you need in your county.

Live in one of our 58 counties but don’t see your county listed below? You may still receive help through our Patient Treatment Assistance Program, Prescription Discount Card, and/or Patient Help Line (1-877-GO-KOMEN). Learn more here.

Breast Cancer Resource Center (BCRC)

Counties served: Bastrop, Bell, Caldwell, Hays, Travis, Williamson

BCRC handles patient navigation services. Through a Komen grant, women and men over 40 who receive an abnormal screening will be assigned a patient navigator to assist them through the process of diagnostic navigation and through treatment if necessary. Navigation is provided to all ages and stages once they have a breast cancer diagnosis. BCRC provides patient navigation services from the moment of diagnosis, throughout treatment, into survivorship and even into late-stage disease.

  • Phone: (512) 524-2560
  • Website: bcrc.org

Bridge Breast Network

Counties served: Ellis, Kaufman, Navarro, Smith, Van Zandt

Bridge Breast Network provides patient navigation and access to diagnostic and treatment services for breast cancer to medically underserved individuals, as well as culture-specific breast cancer education and training. They collaborate with 10 medical providers and 23 community partners in East Texas.

Cherokee County Department of Public Health

Counties served: Anderson, Cherokee, Ellis, Henderson, Kaufman, Smith, Van Zandt

This organization works to prevent disease, promote health, and protect all citizens, utilizing every available resource. They provide mammography screening, home care, and transportation to medical appointments for underserved, uninsured, and underinsured people.

CommUnity Care

Counties served: Bastrop, Caldwell, Travis, Williamson

CommUnity Care enhances the greater Austin area’s capacity in meeting the shortage of funds in breast cancer screening and diagnostic follow-up for the growing underinsured and uninsured population.

MEALS ON WHEELS Central Texas In-Home Care

(Formerly HAND – Helping the Aging, Needy, and Disabled)

Counties served: Bastrop, Hays, Travis, Williamson

MOWCTX In-Home Care uses its Komen Greater CETX grant to provide in-home assistance and patient navigation to persons diagnosed with breast cancer.

Northeast Texas Public Health District

Counties served: Cherokee, Smith, Van Zandt, Wood

Focused on prevention and health education, NET Health provides screenings, patient navigation, reduction in barriers to care, transportation assistance, and breast cancer education, with a focus on low-income, uninsured or underinsured women, at-risk women, those under the age of 50, and those who are symptomatic and thus not eligible for mobile mammography services. NET Health also strives to reduce the time for African-American women between an abnormal screening mammogram and a follow-up, diagnostic mammogram.

Planned Parenthood of Greater Texas

Counties served: Bastrop, Blanco, Burnet, Caldwell, Hays, McLennan, Travis, Williamson

Providing services to persons under 40 years of age, the Komen Greater CETX grant ensures young women have access to clinical breast exams, mammograms, and further diagnostics if required.

  • Phone: (800) 230-7526

UT Southwestern Moncrief Cancer Center

Counties served: Bell, Bosque, Ellis, Henderson, Hill, Kaufman, McLennan, Navarro

Moncrief Cancer Center provides breast cancer screening services and navigation to medically uninsured and underserved people. This lifesaving work is powered by the research and treatment innovation happening at UT Southwestern. Moncrief also offers a wide range of support services to cancer patients and survivors, including fertility preservation, genetic counseling, nutrition planning and cooking skills, exercise sessions, social workers, and support groups.