Free or Low-Cost Gynecology Exams & Mammograms
Early detection is the best defense against breast and cervical cancer.
At Women’s Health, you can learn more about your risks and get screened for breast and cervical cancer by an experienced health care provider. Just make an appointment for an Annual Exam or Cancer Screen and make sure you’re not at risk.
Do I qualify?
Women who meet the following requirements can receive discounted or free services through these programs if you meet the following qualifications:
- Are you between the ages of 40 and 64?
- Is your income at or below 250% of the Federal Poverty Guidelines? Call the clinic at 303-442-5160 for help verifying your income.
- Are you uninsured or do you only have catastrophic coverage?
- Are you a legal resident of Colorado OR a state bordering Colorado?
- Are you due for a breast exam, Pap smear, pelvic exam or mammogram?
What services are covered?
For those who qualify, WWC will pay for an annual breast exam, Pap smear and pelvic exam. If any cervical abnormalities are detected on your Pap smear, WWC will also pay for further diagnostic tests. WWC also covers the cost of an annual mammogram for women 50-64. If any breast abnormalities are found, WWC will cover the cost of additional breast diagnostic tests or breast-related follow-up visits, including treatment for breast or cervical cancer if diagnosed after screening through this program.
What if I don’t qualify for WWC?
A grant from the Foxy Lady Fund provides funding for mammograms and, if necessary, breast diagnostic tests for women without verification of immigration status, women in their 40s, and women younger than 40 who have a strong family history of breast cancer or are currently symptomatic.
What services are not covered?
During an exam at Women’s Health, if a woman needs lab work, medications, birth control supplies or other services not related to breast or cervical cancer screening, she may have to pay for these services, but will be charged based on her income on our sliding fee scale.
Contact Women’s Health at 303-442-5160.