The Montana Disability and Health Program, a partnership of The University of Montana’s Rural Institute and the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, is one of four state programs funded to implement the Centers for Disease Control Prevention’s “Right to Know” campaign in Montana. The effort led to the creation in 2009 of the Montana Mammography Directory, which provides information about facilities in the state, including their hours and average costs and accessibility details. Montana Mammography Directory The directory includes tip sheet that offers useful information to can help patients schedule a mammogram.
Komen Montana provides educational services. We do not provide any direct services such as mammograms or financial assistance. If you are in need of assistance contact our partner:
The Cancer Control Section is a part of the Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Bureau in the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services. Funding for these programs is provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Together these programs provide state of the art cancer data, payment for patient services, and cancer prevention and control programs for Montanans.