You don't have to fight breast cancer alone. The Patient Advocacy Program provides you
with assistance every step of the way, from diagnosis through recovery. Your Patient
advocate can answer questions, accompany you to doctor visits, join you during chemotherapy
treatments, locate support groups and other valuable resources to help you deal with the side
effects during treatment. Most of all, your patient advocate has been there herself and is
someone you can always count on during your journey to recovery.
You may also qualify for gas and grocery cards while in treatment for breast cancer. To see if you
are eligible, call 574-314-5433 today!
Clay Fire Cares
College of Arts & Letters at Notre Dame
Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust
Kelly Cares Foundation
Mishawaka Fire Department
South Bend Fire Department
Provides clinical breast exams, mammograms and diagnostic services for women in St. Joseph
County who do not qualify for the state Breast and Cervical Cancer program.
Free screening mammograms are provided to medically underserved women ages 40 to 49,
as well as provide emotional support for newly diagnosed breast cancer patients by linking
them with other survivors.
Provides diagnostic service assistance (mammogram, ultrasound, biopsy) for uninsured
women under the age of 30. Advocates for women who have been diagnosed with breast
cancer through treatment and beyond.
Provides screening mammograms for uninsured women, ages 40-49, who would otherwise be unable to afford an annual mammogram.
United Health Services is the local administrator of the above programs.
To see if you qualify and to be enrolled in these programs, please contact Kim @ 574-314-5433 or email @ email@example.com
A state program facilitated by United Health Services for women ages 30-64 who are uninsured and under 200% of poverty. May provide pap, clinical breast exams and screening mammograms based on age criteria. Clients must live in Indiana and contact us at 574-247-6053.