Círculo de Vida provides an invaluable and unparalleled service to Latinos living with cancer and their loved ones, most of them immigrants, low-income, and without health insurance as they navigate an illness and an increasingly complex medical system. Círculo’s experienced staff help translate for the patient and physician at the time of diagnosis, offer in-hospital and in-home support during surgery and treatment, provide a wide range of Spanish-language support groups for the patients and their children, as well as case management, resource referrals and in-home support for the terminally ill.
Comadre a Comadre serves the Hispanic/Latina women and their loved one through advocacy, education, information, services and support for breast health and breast cancer. All the services are free and provide English and Spanish assistance.
We affirm dignity and hope for those facing serious illness by providing comfort through compassionate palliative, hospice and grief care. We strengthen our community through advocacy, education, research and volunteerism.
Mail Hospice of the Valley 4850 Union Avenue San Jose, CA 95124
The League Against Cancer / Liga Contra el Cancer was founded in Miami in 1975 as a community based, not for profit organization providing free medical care to needy cancer patients.
League Against Cancer is the last resort for cancer victims who have no financial resources or health insurance. Since 1975, more than 50,000 low-income, uninsured men, women and children have received world-class medical treatment, screenings and support at no expense to them.
Grupo Reto (Grupo de Recuperación Total Reto) is a pioneering organization, dedicated to promoting women’s integral health in the area of breast cancer. In addition to a Diagnostic Center and patient assistance modules in nine hospitals in Mexico City, the organization has 24 offices throughout Mexico. Grupo Reto, a civil organization founded 25 years ago by Cecilia Vildosola de Sepulveda, also offers educational programs in hospitals, schools and health centers.
Benjamin Franklin #64 Col. Escandon Postal Code 11800 Mexico City Phone/Fax: 5272 7008
To create an inclusive health care system that provides services to the underserved Latino population around issues of breast and other cancers.
Latinas Contra Cancer is raising awareness about cancer in the Latino community, increasing access to quality care, working to decrease mortality and improving the quality of the health care experience.