Research, Early Detection, Survivor Support, Advocacy
 

Current Partners in Mission

Since 1991, Komen Oregon and SW Washington is proud to have dedicated over $19.8 million in partnership of breast health programs with community organizations. In 2017, our partnerships total $460,000 and will provide innovative and crucial breast health services. Our community partners, see below, are dedicated to helping us connect men and women in Oregon and SW Washington to critical breast health services. These collaborations allows us to broaden our reach to serve men and women in need of breast health education, screening, navigation, treatment and support. They also support saving lives and furthering our goal of a world without breast cancer.



 
 

 

Familias en Accion

Familias en Accion provides patient navigation to Latina breast cancer survivors. Services include survivor and family support, navigating the healthcare system, disease self-management and nutrition and exercise programs. 


 

Oregon ScreenWise Breast and
 Cervical Screening Program

Providing uninsured and underinsured women and men of Oregon with access to breast and cervical cancer diagnostic and genetic screenings in order to catch cancer in its earliest stages.


 

 

Medical Foundation of Marion-Polk Counties

A strategic partner in our Latina Initiative, providing an innovative, outcomes-focused approach to decreasing the dramatic number of late-stage breast cancer diagnoses in the Latina population in Salem/Keizer.


 


PeaceHealth SW Medical Center Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program

Providing uninsured and underinsured women and men of SW Washington with access to breast and cervical cancer screening in order to catch cancer in its earliest stages.



 

 

Northwest Family Services

A strategic partner in our Latina Initiative, providing an innovative, outcomes-focused approach to decreasing the dramatic number of late-stage breast cancer diagnoses in the Latina population in Gresham and Inner-East Portland.


 

Virginia Garcia Memorial Health Center

A strategic partner in our Latina Initiative, providing an innovative, outcomes-focused approach to decreasing the dramatic number of late-stage breast cancer diagnoses in the Latina population in the Beaverton/Aloha area.



 
Komen Treatment Access Program

As the administrator of the Treatment Access Program, 211info provides assistance to individuals needing assistance with travel and lodging expenses, in the form of gift cards, throughout treatment. 
             
             
 

2016-2017 Project Support / Small Grant Recipients 


Breast Friends- Lyft Transportation Program
Program provides transportation assistance to individuals with metastatic breast cancer in the Portland metro area.

Clark County Skills Center Foundation- Hair Loss and Wigs Project

Program provides cosmetology students the opportunity to provide services to cancer patients through research of cancer, hair loss and the impact a cosmetologist can make for an individual experiencing cancer. Participating students will provide free wigs and styling to cancer patients.

Pacific Communities Health District Foundation- Living and Thriving: A Mind-Body-Spirit Program for Wellness
The program provides support and education classes for patients who have limited options in Newport and surrounding areas. Classes last six weeks with the goal to reduce anxiety and depression, relieve pain, aid decision-making and improve relationships and communication.