Breast & Cervical Cancer Project
If found early, nearly all breast and cervical cancers can be treated successfully. In Ohio, most women have insurance coverage and these screenings are covered at no costs (pending current legislative decisions). For women without insurance, there may be programs to help them receive these lifesaving screenings.
The Ohio Department of Health Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) can help all women navigate cancer screenings. BCCP’s Patient Navigation Program helps guide women through the healthcare system, find providers and community resources, and answer questions about scheduling appointments, using insurance, and more.
The Ohio BCCP Program also offers no-cost breast and cervical cancer screenings and diagnostic testing to qualified participants. This is one of the programs offered by the Patient Navigation Program.
For more information about BCCP or to see if your qualify for no-cost screenings, call the number below and select the corresponding option (1) for your region.
Age 40 or above
Have limited income
Have no insurance
After connecting, Choose Option 1 for Central Ohio.
They can assist you with Mammograms, Breast Exams, Pap Tests and Follow-Up Screenings.
Exams and mammograms are available at hospitals, clinics, and physicians’ offices in each county.
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