Korean Community Services Public Health and Research Center (KCSPHRC)
2 W 32nd St #604, NY, NY 10001
Headquarters: 35-56 159th St, Flushing NY 11358
Phone: (212) 463-9685 ext 205 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Korean Community Services of Metropolitan New York’s Public Health and Research Center (KCS PHRC) ‘Step Up for Healthy Women’ Program serves uninsured and underinsured Korean women residing in the New York Metropolitan Area by providing culturally and linguistically appropriate breast, cervical and colo-rectal cancer screening services. KCS provides uninterrupted screening and navigation services at no cost and staff ensures that women (aged 40 and older) receive consistent annual screenings at locations that are easily accessible
Project Renewal-Scan Van Mobile Mammography Program
54 Lincoln Avenue
Islip Terrace, New York
Contact: Phone (631) 581-4171 Email: Mary.email@example.com
The Scan Van Program is a mobile mammography program that provides screening mammography and clinical breast exams to uninsured and poorly insured women in all five New York City boroughs and in Suffolk Long Island.
Charles B. Wang Community Health Center
268 Canal Street
New York, New York
Phone: (212) 941-2233, ext. 2533 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
The Charles B. Wang Community Health Center (the Health Center) is a federally qualified health center and a Level 3 Patient-Centered Medical Home. Its mission is to eliminate disparities in health, improve health status, and expand access to the medically underserved with a focus on Asian Americans. The Health Center offers a Chinese-language monthly support group for women diagnosed with breast cancer and their families to access emotional support, information, and resources.
Herald Cancer Association, New York
42-35 Main Street, Suite 30 Flushing
New York 11355 Website:
Phone: (718) 799-8254
NYU Center for the Study of Asian American Health
227 E 30th Street, 8th Floor
New York, NY
Phone (212) 263-1225 Email: email@example.com
The mission of the Center for the Study of Asian American Health (CSAAH) is to reduce health disparities in the Asian American community through research, training, and partnership.
Partnerships for change in the South Asian community
2348 Waterbury Avenue, 1st Floor
Bronx, New York 10462
Phone: (718) 828-9772 Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Sapna NYC's vision is to promote health, social, and economic empowerment for the South Asian community in New York City. Through its South Asian Breast Health Action Program, it offers a breast health education and screening referral program for South Asian women living in New York City. Its goal is to improve women's understanding of breast cancer risks and increase the number of South Asians being screened for breast cancer.