Breast Health Resources
Black Nurses Association
Contact: 317-920-4950 or www.bna-indy.org
Project Name: Voices Across the Generations: Breast Cancer Awareness and Education Program
Program to train lay health advisors/promotoras to provide breast health education and referrals for CBE's, and screening mammograms to underserved African American, Latina Hispanic Women in Marion County.
Brookes Place for Grieving Young People
Contact: 317-705-9650 or www.brookesplace.org
Project Name: Healing Support for Co-Survivors
Brookes Place for Grieving Young People provides grief support and services for children ages 3 through 22 and their families who have experience the death of a loved one. Programs are on going and children and their families receive support as long as they need help.
Indiana Women in Need
Contact: 317-475-0565 or www.iwinfoundation.org
Project Name: Survivor Support Program
$500 grant to women needing assistance during breast cancer treatments with support in everyday, practical needs that will reduce stress and boost energy levels. the program also reduces the risk of job absences due to treatment.
Little Red Door Cancer Agency
Contact: 317-925-5595 or www.littlereddoor.org
Project Name: Mammography Assistance Program & Patient Navigation
LRD's Mammography Assistance Program (MAP) provides free CBE's mammograms, diagnostic care and related services to qualifying medically underserved women in Marion, Boone, Hamilton, Hancock, Hendricks, Johnson, Morgan, and Shelby Counties.
St. Vincent Hospital
Contact: 317-338-9565 or www.stvincent.org
Program Name: Banishing Barriers Through Mobile Mammography
The St. Vincent Mobile Mammography program will help to banish these barriers by providing free mammography screenings to uninsured/underinsured women in four central Indiana counties on board the mobile van. The program works with community partners that are already providing services to these women.
Young Survival Coalition of Central Indiana
Contact: 317-984-3813 or www.youngsurvival.org
Project Name: Newly Diagnosed Resource Kits for Young Women with Breast Cancer
Resource kits with education and supportive materials designed specifically for premenopausal young women newly diagnosed with breast cancer.
YWCA of Greater Lafayette
Contact: 765-742-4375 or www.ywca.org
Project Name: Women's Cancer Program
The YWCA Greater Lafayette Women's Cancer Program (WCP) is dedicated to educating women about the importance of early detection and to facilitating access to medical services for clinical breast exams, Pap test and mammograms for low -income, underserved, minority women in 23 west central Indiana counties. Funding is also available for women needing additional diagnostic procedures and treatment. The program focuses on removing all barriers and providing free screenings, diagnostic procedures, and treatment to all qualified women.