New Hampshire

Breast & Cervical Cancer Program

Cancer

New Hampshire Breast and Cervical Cancer Program

The New Hampshire Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (NH BCCP) helps individuals across New Hampshire access breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services. Services are offered at many health care sites, such as hospitals and doctor’s offices, throughout New Hampshire.

Free Cancer Screenings Are Available

Free cancer screenings are available to those who qualify. Call us 603-271-4931 to be referred to the closest screening location to you!  Download list of free cancer screening locations.

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Free Cancer Screening

Screening for breast and cervical cancer can help find cancers at an early stage. Early-stage cancers are easier to treat than later-stage cancers. This means the chance of survival is much higher if a cancer is found at an early stage. Regular screening for breast and cervical cancer can lower a person’s risk of dying of cancer.

You may be able to access FREE breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic follow-up services if you meet the following requrements:

Residence

• You live in New Hampshire (or bordering York County Maine).

Status

• You are between the ages of 21 and 64 years, and

• have no health insurance or insurance that does not pay for screening or diagnostic services.

Income

• You meet income requirements.*

*Income requirements to qualify for free cancer screening.
Household Size Annual Income Monthly Income
1 person $31,900 $2,658
2 people $43,100 $3,592
3 people $54,300 $4,525
4 people $65,500 $5,458
5 person $76,700 $6,392
6 people $87,900 $7,325
7 people $99,100 $8,258
8 people $110,300 $9,192

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How Do I Know if I Qualify?

• Call one of the many screening sites located throughout New Hampshire. View map of locations | Download list of free cancer screening locations (PDF).

• Call the main office phone number: 603-271-4931 to be referred to the closest screening site near you.

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Navigation Assistance

Navigation assistance is also available to most individuals to help overcome barriers to screening, access screening and diagnostic services, as well as initiate treatment services when needed.

Examples of barriers that may prevent you from accessing breast and cervical cancer screening include: a language barrier, lack of transportation, limited knowledge about prevention and the concept of screening, misinformation surrounding screening tests, or appointment and scheduling challenges. Staff can help assist you in overcoming these challenges as well as provide knowledge about screening services.