The mission of Caribbean Breast Cancer Foundation Inc. is to enhance the health and well-being of women, and men, who have been affected by breast cancer, and provide education to those who have not been affected. Our primary goals are to:
We strive to make a difference in the lives of women, and men, and their families.
CBCF is committed to helping women get well and stay well. CBCF will not ignore the needs of any woman seeking assistance regardless of color, or national origin. CBCF provides services to women facing financial challenges.
We provide support to breast cancer patients, and their families, facing hardship during treatment. This can be used to cover: medical bills, testing, insurance co-payments, transportation, lodging, utilities, etc.
This program provides breast cancer and breast health education to women, with an emphasis on the importance of early detection through:
- One on one education for patients and their families.
- Community Health Fairs.
- Group presentations (Churches, support groups etc.)
To support our mission, we partner with non-profit organizations in the local Houston area to provide free or low cost mammograms and diagnostic breast care services to the uninsured, underinsured and underserved.
We provide information about resources available in their community for breast cancer patients and assist persons in accessing these resources.
Community Outreach Programs.
Caribbean Breast Cancer Foundation Inc
12401 S. Post Oak Road, Ste. 231
Houston, Texas 77045
Phone: 713-723-6837 Ext. 8635
The Caribbean Breast Cancer Foundation (CBCF) is a Texas non-profit organization founded by Dr. F. Paula Abraham, DrPH, RN, Nurse Epidemiologist and breast cancer survivor. CBCF is the first Caribbean breast cancer organization established in the Houston area. It is governed by an all volunteer Board of Directors, dedicated to the vision and mission of the organization, with Dr. Abraham serving as the Executive Director. Having gone through breast cancer treatment herself, Dr. Abraham believes that her journey can be an inspiration to many, and will enable her to make a significant contribution to the health and well-being of women. She has a strong conviction that at the end of the day, what really matters is that she is remembered as someone who made a difference.
CBCF is committed to helping women get well and stay well, and will not ignore the needs of any woman seeking assistance but will extend its support as appropriate. CBCF will implement creative strategies to raise funds for the organization and may include luncheons, walks and other activities. CBCF will form collaborative partnerships with other local organizations to address the issues that impact the underserved and uninsured population in the Houston area.
Dr. F. Paula Abraham
FOUNDER & EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR
Breast Cancer Survivor.
Welcome to The Caribbean Breast Cancer Foundation Inc.