Several Houston hospitals and organizations offer free or discount mammograms all year long for uninsured women, not just during October’s Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Here is a snapshot of a few — with a link to the whole list at the end:
Galleria and Southeast — 281-484-4708. You must request free/low cost mammogram when calling.
Project VALET (Providing Valuable Area Life-Saving Exams in Town) is a mammography education and screening program for uninsured women, age 40-69 with no symptoms. It provides free mobile mammography to the communities where these eligible women live. The first step is to make an appointment with one of the participating clinics. Find them online at mdanderson.org.
Houston: 832.355.8130. You must request free/low cost mammogram when calling.
Mobile Mammography Sunday Program offers free screening mammograms for uninsured women. You must register in advance by November 1. Get more info online about how to register.
Sunday, November 8, 2015 (8 am – 2 pm)
Rising Star Church
302 Oak Street (Texas City 77591)
This 39ft. luxury coach provides mobile mammography throughout Houston. Uninsured women can get a mammogram for $150. Request an appointment online or call 832.975.7824.
A complete list of Houston hospitals offering free or discount mammograms is available online.