YWCA Greater Pittsburgh provides bi-lingual (Spanish) community health education, support, and patient navigation that assists and empowers women to take care of their health. We have Certified Navigators to answer your questions about the Affordable Care Act (ACA) and Health Insurance Enrollment. And we continue our signature grassroots-structured, community-based effort encouraging women to take charge of their Breast health. Call (412-255-1488) or email us today.
Our staff of trained Navigators can answer questions, check to see if you qualify for Medicaid Expansion or Special Enrollment, and assist you with your application. To meet with a YWCA Navigator, call 2-1-1 (para Español 412-365-1923). For more information, click here.
Just over 20 years ago, Congress created the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Detection Program to improve access to timely breast cancer screening and diagnostic services for low-income, uninsured, and underserved women. YWCA's ENCOREplus program began soon after as a grassroots-structured, community-based, country-wide effort encouraging women to take charge of their breast health.
Today, we offer the following bi-lingual (Spanish) programs:
- Tea and Treats - a fun, interactive, health education Tea Party for you and your friends! We will come to your home, your church, or your women’s group to facilitate an hour-long discussion about breast health in stress-free, supportive surroundings. Call 412-365-1923 to schedule.
- Cancer Screening Referrals - referrals, support, and yearly reminders for free or low-cost clinical breast exams, mammograms, pap tests, and HPV vaccines. Call 412-365-1923.
- Community Health Volunteers – our trained volunteers are out in the community educating and supporting women about breast and cervical health.
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