Eligibility & Enrollment

Breast, Cervical, Colon Health

Who can apply for and receive screening and diagnostic services for these cancers?

Overview

When a person is in need of cancer screening they should not have to worry about how to pay. Having health insurance coverage may not be feasible for some, or even with coverage, the out-of-pocket costs may still be unaffordable. It takes time and energy to manage these details and that is where health district Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP) staff can help.


Eligible Men

  • 50 - 64 may be eligible for colon tests
  • 19 - 64 with suspicious symptoms may be eligible for breast tests Enter any content that you want to repeat, including other content controls. You can also insert this control around table rows in order to repeat parts of a table. i.e. age, income status, geographic region, etc.


Eligible Women

  • 40 - 64 may be eligible for breast, cervical and colon tests
  • 19 - 39 with suspicious breast symptoms may be eligible for breast tests.


Income Guideline Examples

250% FPL1 $2,970
$3,3383$5,040
$5,063Add for each additional $1,040

The program is part of the Washington Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program, administered by the Washington State Department of Health and funded through U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, as well as state and local grant funding. As one of six prime contractors for the state, Spokane Regional Health District’s BCCHP offers services in nine counties and partners with several community organizations and medical providers to help ensure services for clients.

Breast, Cervical & Colon Health for Health Care Providers

Working closely with health care providers as they are a trusted source of prevention information specific to breast, cervical and colon cancer screening and treatment.

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Breast Cancer Information

Breast cancer is the most common cancer among American women. Find more information here.

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Cervical Cancer Information

Cervical Cancer is one of the most common cancers in women worldwide. With routine cervical cancer screening, this cancer is highly detectable and preventable.

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