Alliance Community Services (ACS) is a non-profit 501(c) (3) consulting organization that provides diversity services, promotes cultural awareness, advocacy and communication about issues that affect the ethnic minority communities.
Breast and Cervical Cancer Education in English and Spanish
Promote the importance of routine cervical and clinical breast exams, annual mammograms and monthly self-breast exams to low income Hispanic women residing in Salt Lake, Weber, Utah and Summit counties.
“Triunfadoras” is a Spanish language Breast Cancer Support Group for Hispanic survivors and their families.
Cancer Support Community provides comprehensive integrative care — including counseling, support groups, nutrition, exercise and patient education programs — for people with cancer and their families or caregivers. Our services enable cancer patients to partner with their treatment team to manage their treatment and recovery most effectively, increase their chances for survival, reduce their chances of recurrence, and provide for the highest possible quality of life.
We never turn anyone away, and all of our services are always provided free of charge in order to be readily accessible to people facing cancer in their time of need.
THE COALITION is organized exclusively for educational purposes, more specifically to reduce the cancer disparity among Hispanic and all other minorities in the community through advocacy, education, referral, increasing awareness and access to services in a culturally sensitive way by overcoming barriers.
Hispanic Health Coalition of Georgia promotes health equity for all Hispanic children and adults by empowering, educating and advocating for healthy communities throughout Georgia. The organization improves access to services.
Hispanic Health Initiate educates and connects medically under-served families with health education and services, available to them in their areas, by disseminating accurate information in a culturally sensitive and linguistically component manner.
The Latino Health Council is a non-profit comprised of over 40 key health care related organizations and agencies throughout Dane County. We are the only multi-agency organization of its nature in Dane County and have become a trusted resource for individuals and organizations interested in Latino health.
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.
The Lung Cancer Foundation (BJALCF) is one of the largest patient-driven philanthropies nationwide devoted exclusively to eradicating lung cancer through research, awareness, education, early detection and treatment.
Triage Cancer is a national, nonprofit organization that provides education and resources addressing the continuum of cancer survivorship issues to survivors, caregivers, and health care professionals. Triage Cancer offers a national Speakers Bureau of cancer survivorship experts and cancer survivors to provide hospitals, cancer centers, community clinics, professional associations, cancer advocacy organizations, and other groups with tailored seminars, teleconferences, webinars and conferences on cancer survivorship issues. In addition, Triage Cancer hosts cancer survivorship educational events across the country. Triage Cancer also provides online educational materials, articles, and blogs as well as uses social media platforms to share relevant practical cancer survivorship information.
Women’s Cancer Resource Center provides direct services to women with cancer and advocate for changes in the health care system. WCRC has an array of services designed to help cope with the physical and emotional changed caused by treatment, the disease, and the challenges of caring for someone with cancer.
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.