Clark Family Breast Cancer Services’ Neighborhood Outreach and Support Program is a free, community-based breast cancer education program that utilizes cancer survivors and outreach facilitators to increase awareness, knowledge, screening and early detection behaviors in the most medically under-served areas of Camden, Burlington and Gloucester counties. Since this target population is limited by social factors that often delay their visits to health care providers, the program travels to them. By delivering messages in a personal, heart-felt manner the program continues to make strides in its efforts to increase mammography screenings among target populations including uninsured, ethnic minorities and women 65+. Program services include referrals for uninsured women for free cancer screenings at local CEED (Cancer Education & Early Detection) facilities such as MD Anderson at Cooper and Virtua and financial and transportation assistance for any breast health matter such as mammogram appointments, breast cancer treatment, co-pays, prescriptions and follow-up appointments. Our ultimate goal is to extend and enhance the lives of every uninsured and under-insured woman living in Camden, Burlington or Gloucester counties–empowering them to take responsibility for their breast health needs and ultimately eliminating breast cancer as an all-too-common killer of the under-served.