Free Breast, Cervical, and Colon Exams


Call To Enroll

1-800-992-1817 ext. 1
and for other languages
call 1-888-202-3301


Preventing Cancer with Healthy Choices
Sixty percent of cancer deaths could be prevented by doing what we already know.
 -- American Cancer Society, 2008

The Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP) provide breast, cervical, and colon screening to eligible women and men.The Best Protection is early detection.

Don’t let a lack of insurance or money stand in your way of valuable cancer screenings that can save your life. The program provides free breast exams, cervical, pap smear test, and colon screenings to eligible people.  

If you are currently uninsured or poorly insured for these test, and cannot afford these important screenings, you may be eligible for free services through the Breast Cervical and Colon Health Program. 

Learn more about free breast health screenings:

The program serves people who:

  • Don’t have insurance
  • Don’t qualify for Apple Health
  • Have a lower income 
  • Meet the age guidelines
  • Have a high deductible for follow-up cancer testing
  • Live in Skamania, Clark, Cowlitz, Wahkiakum, Lewis, Pacific, Thurston, Grays Harbor, and Mason Counties

To Enroll:

Call 1-800-992-1817 ext. 1 and
other languages call 1-888-202-3301

You may be eligible for Apple Health: Apple Health is a free Washington State insurance plan for Adults and families. The eligibility is based on income, family size, and citizenship status. Income levels are based on 138% of the federal poverty level please call for eligibility.

For BCCHP eligibility:

​Family Size ​250% FPL Annual ​250% FPL Monthly
​1 $29,700 ​$2,475
​2 ​$40,050 ​$3,338
​3 ​$50,400 ​$4,200
​4 $60,750 ​$5,063

Go to or call 1-855-4633 to check your eligibility and apply. Enrollment for Apple Health is available all year round.

For further information please contact us at:

Po Box 1600 Vancouver, WA 98668
Email: Kathleen the Program Coordinator at

Funding Source: The Washington State Department of Health administers the program through a grant from the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), state funding, and generous support from the Susan G. Komen For the Cure (Puget Sound and Portland/Southwest Washington Affiliates).

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