Low cost and free mammogram eligibility varies with county of residence, age, income, insurance status and whether or not you have symptoms.

For residents of Austin or Travis County:

  • Women’s Wellness Center of the University of Texas School of Nursing
  • Seton Cancer Screening Program
    512-505-5528 or 866-294-4923

For residents of Williamson County:

  • Community Health Services Clinics
    Taylor: 512-352-7697
    Round Rock: 512-248-3256
    Cedar Park: 512-260-4243
    Georgetown: 512-930-3280
  • Williamson County Medical Assistance/Social Services: 512-248-3252

If your mammogram demonstrates that you have dense breast tissue, which could hide abnormalities, and you have other risk factors for breast cancer that have been identified, you might benefit from supplemental screening tests that may be suggested by your ordering physician.

Dense breast tissue, in and of itself, is a relatively common condition. Therefore, this information is not provided to cause undue concern, but rather to raise your awareness and to promote discussion with your physician regarding the presence of other risk factors, in addition to dense breast tissue.

A report of your mammogram results will be sent to you and your physician. You should contact your physician if you have any questions or concerns regarding this report.

Learn more about this law from the Texas Radiological Society.