A health clinic in Brown County, Texas, was converted from a public housing project to provide critical care to rural women—especially low-income and uninsured Texans. The housing authority that houses the clinic subsidizes its rent and utilities and refers many residents to its care. Other funding comes from grants, government programs, and donations. “For rural individuals, they may go five years in between a simple clinical breast exam and it’s not because they intend to—it’s just, they have to choose: ‘Do I put milk on the table? Do I feed my family or do I go in and pay $300 per screening?’” said Jane Bolin, deputy director of the Southwest Rural Health Research Center at Texas A&M University.