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Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program

Provider Locations and Eligibility

NC BCCCP/ WISEWOMAN Provider Locations

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North Carolina BCCCP and WISEWOMAN Providers
North Carolina BCCCP and WISEWOMAN Nurse Consultant Regions

You are eligible for NC BCCCP if you:

  • are uninsured or underinsured;
  • are without Medicare Part B or Medicaid;
  • are between ages 40 - 64 for breast screening services and 21 - 64 for cervical screening services; and
  • have a household income at or below 250 percent of the federal poverty level;

Women who are enrolled in NC BCCCP can participate in the WISEWOMAN program.

Income Guidelines

NC BCCCP and WISEWOMAN Income Guidelines; Effective January 8, 2020
Persons in Family Unit 100 Percent FPG (Annual) 250 Percent FPG (Annual) 250 Percent FPG (Monthly)
1 $12,760 $31,900 $2,658
2 $17,240 $43,100 $3,592
3 $21,720 $54,300 $4,525
4 $26,200 $65,500 $5,458
5 $30,680 $76,700 $6,392
6 $35,160 $87,900 $7,325
7 $39,640 $99,100 $8,258
8 $44,120 $110,300 $9,192
For each additional family member (beyond 8) add: $4,480 $11,200 $933

For example, if there are five people in the household, your yearly income cannot be above $76,700 to qualify for BCCCP and WISEWOMEN services.

Note: Income guidelines are determined annually by the federal government. Current guidelines may be accessed through local Departments of Social Services or US DHHS: Office of the Assistant Secretary for Planning and Evaluation: Poverty Guidelines.

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