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Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program

The Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program provides breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic testing for underserved and underinsured women who qualify for services.

 

Must be:

•   Indiana resident

•   Uninsured or underinsured

•   Insured with unmet deductible

•   30-49 years of age (for office visit, clinical breast exam, and Pap smear)

•   50-64 years of age (for office visit, clinical breast exam, Pap smear, and mammogram)

•   65 years of age and older if not enrolled in Medicare Part B

•   At or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (see income guidelines in the table below)

 

Option 3 Treatment Program

In the event of a breast or cervical cancer diagnosis, a woman may be eligible for the Option 3 Treatment Program. This program allows women to apply for Indiana Medicaid (MA-12) and provides full healthcare coverage for eligible women. Once cancer treatment is completed, coverage through this program ends.
 

Must be:

•    Indiana resident

•    Uninsured or underinsured (cancer treatment not covered)

•    Not enrolled in Medicare

•    18-64 years of age

•    At or below 200% of the Federal Poverty Level (see income guidelines in the table below)

 

Self-employed or farmers: Use household net income after deducting business expenses.

Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program 

http://www.in.gov/isdh/24967.htm

 


 

 

Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program Contact:

Melissa Cervantes

317-233-7901

MeCervantes@isdh.in.gov

 

Option 3 Treatment Program Contact:

Deanna Cannon

317-233-7448 

Dcannon2@isdh.in.gov

 

Updated July 2018.