Women At Risk Programs provide critical services to women at high risk for and with breast cancer. Services are available at the NewYork-Presbyterian/Columbia University Medical Center campus.
Patient navigators meet with newly diagnosed breast cancer patients, helping them navigate treatment and recovery. They can help with services such as pre- and post-operative instructions, support groups, wig shops, and insurance questions. Support groups are free and open to the public.
The Women At Risk Stacey Garil Womack Resource Library provides information and support to breast cancer patients at the Herbert Irving Comprehensive Cancer Center.
The program provides coordinated care to high-risk women, including services such as screening with breast imaging, genetic testing, risk-reducing surgeries, chemoprevention, and counseling for lifestyle modification.
To make a donation to the program or request additional information, please contact:
GoPINK NY is a supporter of the Women At Risk Programs at NYP. For information on their events and activities please go to gopinkny.com.