Where do I go if I am uninsured or have a low income?

  Para información en español, por favor haga clic aquí.

The Access to Cancer Care for Low-Income and Uninsured Patients database is intended to reach low-income or uninsured Texans seeking free or low-cost cancer screening or treatment. Texas Cancer Information staff investigated procedures, contacts and clinic locations for screening and treatment for every Texas county. Information on how to obtain cancer care services in each of these counties is now available in English and Spanish. Social workers or volunteer organizations can also print out this information to give to their clients.

Inclusion in any of the documents is not intended as an endorsement of any individual, provider, service or Web site.

Please see the General Guidelines for Low-Income or Uninsured Texans Seeking Cancer Care for general information about cancer resources in Texas.




Access to Cancer Care by Texas County - Where can I get care?

  Para información en español, por favor haga clic aquí.

We hope this information is helpful if you are looking for cancer treatment or cancer screening, like a mammogram, Pap test, or prostate exam, and do not have insurance or enough money to pay for medical care.

Please make selections and click on Submit Question:

  Do you want your answers in English or Spanish?

English
Spanish


  Where does the patient live?




  Are you looking for cancer care for a man or a woman?

Man
Woman
Show me services for men and women.


  Are you looking for cancer care for a veteran?

Yes
No
Show me services for veterans and non-veterans.


  What is your question about cancer care?

      (Select one.)
I want to be checked for cancer. Where do I go?

I have cancer. Where do I go?

I had cancer and need a check-up. Where do I go?

How do I know if I can get help for cancer care?

What if I still cannot get help for cancer care?

Where can I learn more about cancer care?

Please answer all of these questions.
       (PDF of all information for county.)




Some access to care documents are in PDF format. You will need the free Adobe(R) Acrobat(R) Reader to view the documents. Documents for all 254 counties are available for download in English and Spanish at Access to Cancer Care for Low-Income and Uninsured Patients - PDF Documents for All Texas Counties


Get Acrobat Reader

MD Anderson logo   © 2010-2014 The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center.