Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Navigation Program (BCCCNP)

Every Woman. Every Year. The Michigan BCCCNP can help an eligible woman, aged 40-64*, get breast and cervical screening services yearly whether she has insurance or not. We provide navigation services to help her receive the screening, follow-up care for an abnormal test result, and/or treatment if a breast or cervical cancer is diagnosed.

Income eligible guidelines:

› $31,225/year for 1 person
› $42,275/year for family of 2
› $53,325/year for family of 3
› $64,375/year for family of 4
› $75,425/year for family of 5
Add $11,050 per each additional family member

If a woman, aged 40-64*, is uninsured, a navigator will enroll her in our program and arrange for her to receive these services as indicated:

› Clinical Breast Exam
› Screening Mammogram
› Pap Test
› Pelvic Exam
› Diagnostic Services specific to breast and/or cervical cancer

If a woman has insurance, but has a high deductible that must be paid before receiving services or the insurance doesn't completely cover the follow-up care, our navigators can provide help in paying for these follow-up exams:

› Consultation visit with a Breast Surgeon or OB/Gyn doctor
› Diagnostic mammogram, extra views, breast ultrasounds, MRI
› Breast biopsy or aspiration
› Colposcopy with cervical biopsy

If a woman is diagnosed with breast cancer or cervical cancer (or a pre-cancerous cervical condition,) the woman is eligible for Medicaid through the Medicaid Treatment Act. For further information contact the Program Coordinator at (231) 547-7277 or call 1-800-432-4121 to schedule an appointment.

*Women under 40 with identified breast or cervical abnormalities may also be eligible.


The Well-Integrated Screening and Evaluation for Women Across the Nation (WISEWOMAN) Program is an extension of the Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Navigation Program (BCCCNP).

The main focus of WISEWOMAN is to help participants understand and make healthy lifestyle choices with a focus on nutrition, physical activity and smoking cessation. Leading a healthy lifestyle will help with current chronic disease risk factors and symptoms. It may also prevent or delay the development of new chronic disease risk factors. Women are only eligible for the WISEWOMAN Program if they are first enrolled in the BCCCNP. (See above.)