Community Health Center of Yavapai is proud to be a part of National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program, (NBCCED) known in Arizona as the Well Woman HealthCheck Program. The program operates in all 50 states and is supported by the Center for Disease Control and Prevention (facebook page). The program is administered by the Arizona Department of Health Services Well Woman HealthCheck Program (WWHP) and has been providing women with mammograms, clinical breast exams and pap testing since October 1995.
All women should receive regular cancer screening. The Well Woman HealthCheck Program wants to help. Find out if you qualify - WWHP Eligibility Requirements
**If you qualify for the WWHP, you may also be eligible for the FIT at Fifty HealthCheck Program, a free colon cancer screening and diagnostic program. Visit the FIT at Fifty HealthCheck Program website to find out more.
To see if you qualify to receive free cancer screening through the Well Woman HealthCheck Program, please contact: Well Woman HealthCheck Program (928) 442-5491 in the Prescott area, or (928)-634-6835 in the Verde Valley.
In Arizona, uninsured women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer on or after August 2, 2012, may be able to receive comprehensive treatment through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP) provided by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS).
BCCTP Eligibility Requirements & Application Process
Your License Plate Can Help Save a Life!
Help provide vital breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to uninsured women throughout Arizona by purchasing a specialty Pink Ribbon/Cancer Awareness License Plate. A percentage of the fee for this specialty plate directly supports the Well Woman HealthCheck Program.
Learn more about the Pink Ribbon License Plate