Breast & Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
This program provides women ages 19 to 64 who meet
the income guidelines with free screenings and diagnostic
services to reduce and prevent breast and cervical cancer.
Services include: routine gynecologic office visits, clinical
breast exams, mammograms, surgical consultations,
breast biopsies, breast ultrasounds, Pap tests, and other
diagnostic procedures. Women ages 40-60 years old can
also receive free cholesterol screening, blood glucose
testing, and information on lifestyle changes to promote
WISEWOMAN services teach women ages
40–64 years who have little or no health insurance how to eat
healthy, be more physically active, and quit smoking
to prevent heart disease. Services may include blood pressure and cholesterol
screening, testing for diabetes and osteoporosis, and
lifestyle programs that target poor nutrition, physical
inactivity, and smoking.
The Women’s Heart Program is a free program for
women 18 years and older that addresses risk factors for
heart disease. Participants attend a two-hour session
led by health professionals including a cardiologist,
registered nurse, dietician, and exercise physiologist.
During the session blood pressure, body mass
index, waist measurement, and diet assessments