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Public Health - Seattle & King County

Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program

The best protection is early detection.
Join tens of thousands of people in Washington state who have already been screened for cancer.

Your body. Your life. Protect both. Know your screening options.

Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program logoDon't let money stand in your way. You may be eligible for a free health exam which may include:

  • Breast and Cervical health screening for women ages 40-64
  • Colon Health screening for men and women ages 50-64

This program serves people who:

  • Don't have health insurance
  • Don't qualify for Apple Health*
  • Have a low income
  • Meet the age guidelines
  • Have a high deductible for follow-up cancer tests
  • Live in Clallam, Jefferson, King and Kitsap Counties

Call the Community Health Access program (CHAP) at 1-800-756-5437 and find out if you are eligible for this high quality screening program and for a referral to a clinic near you.

Learn more about the statewide Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program.

*Apple Health is an insurance plan for adults 18- 64 with an income up to $15,414 (family of 4 =$32,499) or 138% of the Federal Poverty Level (FPL). Eligibility is based on income and citizenship status. Go to WAhealthplanfinder.org to check out insurance options and to apply or call the CHAP line above for help enrolling. Enrollment for Apple Health is year round.

Breast cancer screening guidelines and how to prevent cervical and colon cancer
Colon health screening
If you are age 50 or older, colon health screening could save your life. With regular screening, you can stop colon cancer before it starts.
Downloadable brochures and posters in multiple languages
Cervical cancer prevention campaign in multiple languages
For health care providers: BCCHP Manual and forms
BCCHP streaming videos
About the Breast, Cervical & Colon Health Program (BCCHP)
Includes streaming video on "We Save Lives: The Story of the Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program"
Contact us:

Jodi Olson
Phone: 206-263-8200
Online email form

Resources

Haga clic aquí para Programa de salud de Senos, Cervical y Colon en español

Taking Care of Ourselves and Each Other curricula flyer

Mammogram Screening and African American Women
This curriculum is based on research that discovered why some African American women chose not to have breast cancer screening.
Download flyer to learn how to obtain the curriculum.

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