The Free Mammography Outreach Program provides access to complete free breast health services for women who are lower income and underinsured. Reach Out for Life administers this program’s network of partners working together to see that every woman in a growing area of Virginia has access to breast imaging without discrimination for age, health, or citizenship.

If you or someone you know has need of free breast imaging services, the first step is to contact a clinic in the Program. That clinic will qualify patients for participation and schedule appointments for breast imaging at one of the participating imaging centers.

Don’t wait another day. Cancers that are caught in the early stages are the easiest to treat and have the best long-term results.

Watch Reba Hollingsworth's report on WTVR Channel 6 here.

PARTICIPATING CLINICS

Reach Out for Life is committed to ensuring that all women have access to mammograms so that early detection of breast cancer is a possibility for everyone. If you or someone you know needs a mammogram and cannot afford it, you can find help through the following resources.

Appomattox Health & Wellness Center

Caroline Family Practice (Bowling Green)

Charles City Regional Health Services          

Chesterfield Health Dept.                              

Creighton Resource Center

Daily Planet

Fairfield Resource Center

Goochand Free Clinic and Family Services  

Henrico Department of Health (East)                

Hillside Community Clinic

Hopewell-Prince George Community Health Services

King William-Dawn Community Doctors (Aylett)  

Mosby Court Health Clinic

Pathways Free Specialty Clinic

Petersburg Health Care Alliance

Richmond City Health Dept.                          

Southside Community Health Clinic

Whitcomb Resource Center