Current Community Grants

Susan G. Komen Idaho Montana is the local source for funding breast cancer detection, diagnosis and patient assistance programs. Through its 2018-2019 community grants, Komen Idaho Montana is investing over $95,000 to support quality breast health programs.

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    Desert Sage Health CentersBreast Care

    Ensuring low-income, uninsured women requiring a mammogram can obtain one free of charge.

    Contact: (208) 366-7416


    Kootenai HealthBreast Cancer Patient Support Program

    Providing funds to help with essential living expenses and treatment support including child care, gas, groceries, transportation, medications, rent, medical equipment and supplies, and nutritional support.

    Contact: (208) 666-2345,


    Minidoka Memorial HospitalMinidoka County’s 1st Defense Against Breast Cancer

    Providing free mammogram services for underserved, culturally diverse and limited English speaking women.

    Contact: (208) 436-8155,


    North Canyon Medical CenterRural Care for Low to Middle Income Women

    Providing free mammogram and diagnostic services to women who cannot afford them, with the intention of reducing the number of late stage breast cancers and promoting breast health awareness in the region.

    Contact: (208)934-4433,


    Panhandle Health DistrictBreast Education and Screening for Early Detection

    Providing a clinical breast exam, appointment, and voucher for mammography and/or ultrasound to low income, uninsured residents of North Idaho.

    Contact: (208) 415-5293,


    Saint Alphonsus Comprehensive Breast Care CenterElimination of Access Barriers to Screening & Diagnostics

    Providing low-income patients access to breast cancer diagnostic imaging procedures.

    Contact: (208)367-3336,


    St. Luke’s Magic Valley Health Foundation, Inc.Treasure Chest Project

    Providing financial support to relieve some of the stress and burden cancer treatment causes patients and families. When we are able to relieve some of the financial burden, the breast cancer patient and their family can focus on understanding their treatment and expending energy on getting well and moving on to survivorship.

    Contact: (208) 814-1640,


    St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute Breast Care Services  – St. Luke’s Breast Care Financial Assistance Program 2018

    Providing screening and diagnostics services to women in need in both stationary and mobile mammogram units.

    Contact: (208)706-2055, 


    St. Luke’s Mountain States Tumor Institute – Concrete Needs During Breast Cancer Treatment

    Increase financial support for low-income persons undergoing breast cancer treatment.

    Contact: (208) 463-6009,


    Terry Reilly Health Services Terry Reilly Screening Ada Canyon Owyhee

    Providing breast cancer screening mammography vouchers to low-income, medically underserved women.

    Contact: (208) 344-3512,

    Barrett Hospital FoundationSouthwestern Montana Mammography Program

    Offering every uninsured woman age 50 or younger, breast-health services such as 3-D screening mammograms, which may be cost-prohibitive.

    Contact: (406) 683-3000,

     St. Luke Community Healthcare Foundation – St. Luke Supporting Breast Health for Native & Uninsured Women of the Flathead Reservation

    Increasing the number of Native and low-income women receiving screening and diagnostic mammography services. Cited barriers to care include transportation, cost/no insurance, and scheduling difficulties.

    Contact: (406) 676-4441 ext 320,



     St. Vincent Healthcare FoundationSt. Vincent Healthcare Mobile Digital Mammography Program

    Program to increase the number of underserved patients who receive digital mammograms in central and eastern Montana, with priority given to American Indian and rural women.

    Contact: (406) 657-7000,