What is the Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program?
This program provides free breast and cervical cancer screening to eligible people in Washington State. Eligibility for the BCCHP is primarily based on health insurance status, income, and age. Find out if you may be eligible.
Early Detection is the Best Protection!
- Breast, cervical, and colon cancer often have no warning signs.
- Regular screenings can find cancer early when treatment is easier.
- Screening tests and follow-up can prevent colon and cervical cancer from developing.
Learn more about cancer screening and which tests are right for you.
Who Runs the Program?
The Washington State Department of Health administers the program through grants from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), and state funding.
The department contracts with six regional organizations throughout the state, known as Prime Contractors, who operate the programs within their local regions. Find a Prime Contractor in your area.
For more information call toll free: 1-888-438-2247
The Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program brochure (PDF) is available in English and seven other languages. For free copies of the brochure, call 360-236-3471.
The brochure includes information about the program and new options for people seeking services.
Español (PDF) | Русский (PDF) | Tiếng Việt (PDF) | 中文 (PDF) | Kajin Ṃajōḷ (PDF)
New Insurance Options Are Here!
New insurance options are now available in Washington State. Many residents will have new, better, more affordable options for health insurance. Visit Washington Healthplanfinder or call 1-855-923-4633 to learn more and sign up.