Breast, Cervical, & Colon Health

Breast, Cervical, and Colon Health Program Logo Saving Lives Through Early Detection
The best protection is early detection.
Join tens of thousands of people in Washington State who have already been screened for cancer.

Your body. Your life. Protect both. Get screened.

Screening Referrals


Don't let money stand in your way. You may be eligible for a free health exam which may include: Pap test, colorectal screening (for men and women) and mammogram. For a referral to a clinic near you or for more information, call the Yakima Health District:
  • Cathy - 509-249-6537 (español)
  • Rose - 509-249-6529
  • Toll free - 800-535-5016

Read more about the state-wide program.
For contact information on providers who provide Breast Cervical and Colon Health Program services.

No-Cost Screenings


You may be eligible for a health exam and cancer screening at no cost if you meet the criteria below:
  • Need a breast and cervical health screening (women ages 40-64)
  • Have limited income
  • Have limited or no insurance
  • Live in:
    • Kittitas County
    • Yakima County
    • Benton-Franklin County
    • Walla Walla County
    • Columbia County
    • Klickitat County

Additional Resources 


Washington’s First Breast Cancer Awareness License Plate

These special plates are on sale to the public through the Washington State Department of Licensing. Best of all, a portion of proceeds funds free breast cancer screening services and follow-ups for women in need through the state’s Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP).washington-breast-cancer-license-plate