Breast Cancer

The City of Homestead was awarded a $500,000 grant from the State of Florida to offer comprehensive breast cancer screenings for eligible Homestead residents. 

Free Breast Cancer Screening Information

The free mammogram screenings and follow-up diagnostic services, when required, will be performed by Florida International University Herbert Wertheim College of Medicine’s Linda Fenner 3D Mobile Mammography Center. By providing screenings, the City of Homestead plans to improve health outcomes for women with breast cancer through the provision of high-quality breast cancer screening mammograms, treatment referrals, breast health navigation services/support, and innovative community outreach. A Certified Breast Cancer Navigator that will guide women through an inconclusive or positive test and help provide them with resources, referrals, and support throughout the breast cancer survivorship process.


To qualify you must be:

  • A woman
  • Uninsured
  • A Homestead Resident
  • At Least 40 Years of Age 

Homestead Hours (9 AM to 4 PM)

March 22 and April 12 & 20

Community Health South / MLK Clinica Campesina

810 West Mowry Drive

March 18

Harris Field

1034 NE 8th Street

March 25 & April 22

William F. Dickinson Community Center

1601 North Krome Avenue

To schedule an appointment, please call 305-348-7465. Appointments are not required but are highly recommended.

FIU Mammovan parked offering free screening