Ohio Breast and Cervical Cancer Project - Region 10
Funded by Ohio Department of Health / Federal Government Bureau of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction / Ohio Breast and Cervical Cancer Project
The Ohio Department of Health Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP) began in Ohio in 1994. Its mission is to provide screening and early detection of breast and cervical cancer to eligible women throughout the state. The goal of the BCCP is to detect the cancers in women at an earlier stage, when treatment is more effective and to improve access to breast and cervical cancer screening for low-income women.
There are 11 such grant projects across Ohio. Region 10 includes Summit, Portage, Stark, and Wayne Counties and is known as the Pink Ribbon Breast & Cervical Cancer Project. It is located in the Community Health Division at Summit County Public Health.
Women who are age 40 and older, without health insurance and with an income at or below 200% of the federal poverty level are encouraged to call us today and sign up for a pap smear, breast exam and mammogram (ages 50 and older) at no cost to you.
For enrollment and eligibility information, please call (330) 926-5750
Toll-free (800) 381-2489 • Fax: (330) 945-3473 • Email: email@example.com