Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP)
2013 Income Guidelines
- $28,725/year for 1 person
- $38,775/year for family of 2
- $48,825/year for family of 3
- $58,875/year for family of 4
- Add $10,050/year for each additional person
Insured women may also take advantage of the Breast and Cervical Control Program, provided they meet the insurance, age, and income eligibility requirements. Women enrolled in a health maintenance organization (HMO) or Medicare Part B are not eligible for the BCCCP, because these services are covered through the HMO and Medicare Part B.Links:
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