Current Community Grants

Susan G. Komen Nevada is proud to fund a variety of community-based breast cancer screening, diagnosis and treatment projects for the medically underserved. These projects have been selected by our independent Grant Review Panel as those that will have the greatest impact in serving uninsured and underinsured women in our service area.

Please note that Susan G. Komen® is not a direct service provider.

2017-2018 COMMUNITY GRANT RECIPIENTS

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation – R.E.D. Rose Program
The St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation’s R.E.D Rose program provides free breast cancer screening and diagnostic services for individuals under age 50 who lack healthcare coverage or the financial means to obtain them. Financial assistance during treatment is also available to qualified breast cancer patients.
Phone: 702.492.8557 or visit www.strosehospitals.org

O’Callaghan Resource Integrated Oncology Network
The O’Callaghan Resource Integrated Oncology Network (ORION) assists individuals who are unable to afford the essentials of daily living while undergoing treatment for breast cancer. Types of assistance include mortgage or rent payments, utilities, and health insurance or COBRA premiums. The Orion Granting Foundation is an adult program for those diagnosed with cancer provided by Nevada Childhood Cancer Foundation (NCCF).
Phone: 702.735.8434.

Nevada Health Centers Mammovan
The Nevada Health Centers Mammovan provides access to mammography services for uninsured women and men who do not qualify for other programs. This also includes patients who are geographically isolated, such as residents in our rural service areas throughout the state.
Phone: 877.581.6266 or visit www.nevadahealthcenters.org/services/mammovan/

Northern Nevada HOPES
Northern Nevada HOPES’ uses Komen funds to assist breast cancer survivors without a primary care provider to receive follow-up care and surveillance screenings. A bilingual breast health navigator at HOPES to manages follow-up care with breast cancer survivors. The program uses care coordination and case management to provide follow-up/diagnostic mammography, general medical care, behavioral health, access to medication through HOPES’ 340B pharmacy, and referrals to specialists and oncologists as needed.
Phone: 775-786-4673 or visit www.nnhopes.org

Access to Healthcare Network
Access  to Healthcare Network uses Komen funding to assist low  income women in Nevada with necessary breast cancer  treatment services.  Assistance is based  on financial need and provides discounted breast cancer  treatment prices  (often 50-75%  of normal bill charges) and/or subsidies (usually 50%) to pay for breast cancer  treatment services.  Women who  have employee insurance, self-pay insurance, private subsidized insurance, who  are uninsured, or who  participate in Nevada Medicaid may be eligible.
Phone: 775-284-8989 or visit http://www.accesstohealthcare.org/