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Current Grant Recipients

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.

2014 Community Grant Recipients

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation

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. For more information call 702.492.8557 or visit

St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation

The St. Rose Dominican Health Foundation's Barbara Greenspun WomensCare Centers of Excellence provides professional fittings for post-mastectomy prosthetics, with convenient locations on both the east and west sides of town. WomensCare also offers numerous free or low-cost classes that encourage health and wellness for women and men. For more information call 702.616.4900. To find out more or download a class schedule, visit or call 702.616.4902.

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. For more information call 702.925.3414 or visit


Nevada Health Centers, Inc.

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. For more information or to make an appointment call 877.581.6266. 

Center for Compassionate Care

The Center for Compassionate Care provides counseling and support services for women, men and children affected by breast cancer, either directly or indirectly. The goal of the program is to minimize the fears, anxieties and stresses that are associated with tragic diagnosis and often-difficult treatment regimens. For more information call 702.796.3167.