Susan G. Komen Affiliates provide free or low-cost mammograms, and there is one located in Atlanta, Georgia, on Piedmont Road, according to the Susan G. Komen website. A woman can also call the Komen helpline to find additional resources that may offer low-cost or free mammograms in her area of residence.
Uninsured or underinsured women, and women in low-income households may also receive access to low-cost or free mammograms through the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program, notes Susan G. Komen. A woman must meet certain eligibility requirements to receive a free or low-cost mammogram, including earning a yearly income that is equal to or less than 250 percent of the federal poverty level, currently having no insurance or insurance that does not cover mammograms, and being between the ages of 40 and 64, explains the Centers For Disease Control and Prevention. A woman can search for screenings near her location using the interactive map located on the CDC website.
The Greater Atlanta, Georgia Young Women's Christian Association, or YWCA, has an ENCOREplus program that offers 35 early detection breast cancer awareness seminars a year, according to the YWCA. This program helps uninsured women between the ages of 40 and 64 receive free mammograms, and may also help provide free transportation.