BCRC Superheroes of the Year


"You have been such a source of strength for me."

Jane Doe

There’s the “Before” and there’s the “After”

There are certain traumatic events that split your life in two. Finding out you have breast cancer is one of those events. Breast Cancer Resource Center is a lifeline in the time of crises and a safe place for women to confront the disease and redefine their future. For more than 20 years, BCRC staff have taken their own devastating personal experiences with breast cancer and used them to help others facing similar circumstances. Each client is paired with a BCRC guide, who serves as a consistent point of contact – a singular person to help sort everything out, keep everything straight, who knows where to go, what to do, and how to keep you moving forward.

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Ray Anne Evans - Executive Director
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I do not want to imagine where I would be today if BCRC would not have been there for me
Jane Doe
Breast Cancer Survivor

Who We Help

Whatever your circumstances, our services are provided free of charge to anyone affected by breast cancer regardless of income, ethnicity, level of education, sexual orientation, or social support.

Newly diagnosed

Newly diagnosed

From the moment you receive a diagnosis, there are so many decisions to make and situations to face. You’d like to know what you can expect.

In Treatment

In Treatment

Treatment for breast cancer has become so complex. Multiple providers. Drug therapies. Chemo, radiation, surgery. You’d like to know how to sort it all out.

After Treatment

After Treatment

You’ve crossed the finish line. The dust has somewhat settled, but your life will never be the same. You’d like to know what happens now.

Living with Cancer

Living with Cancer

Breast cancer is part of your life. It isn’t going away and treatment will never end. You’d like to know how to live fully in the face of this disease.

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What Makes Us Unique?

The women of BCRC - survivors themselves - understand breast cancer in a way only someone who’s been there can.

We are the only nonprofit in Central Texas focused solely on finding solutions for women affected by breast cancer.

We can help you no matter who your doctor is or where you receive treatment.


$500 Provides 10 women with a Screening Mammogram


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Austin, TX 78705
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