Cancer Screening

Breast & Cervical Cancer

What services does the program offer?

Through DHD#10 and/or contract providers, women can receive screening including clinical breast exams, pap smears, pelvic exams, screening mammograms.

If a breast and/or cervical abnormality is identified from the screening test/exam, the woman will be referred to community providers for follow-up. Over 75 diagnostic services are provided free of cost through the BCCCNP.

In the event of a diagnosis of breast or cervical cancer, a woman may be eligible for a special Medicaid program through the BCCCNP. If eligible, Medicaid will pay for all of her medical expenses for as long as she is being treated for breast or cervical cancer.

Who is eligible?

  • Women ages 40-64
  • Women 21-39 referred to BCCCNP with an abnormal screening Pap test OR clinical breast exam which requires breast or cervical diagnostic services
  • Have NO Insurance or High Deductible Plan
  • Meet the Current Income Guidelines:

2017 Size of Family Income Guideline

1 $30,150
2 $40,600
3 $51,050
4 $61,500
5 $71,950
6 $82,400
7 $92,850
8 $103,300
Each Additional Member (Beyond 8) Add $10,450

To schedule an appointment or learn more, please call 888-217-3904, and select option #2.

Quicklinks

BCCCNP Homepage
Insurance Information

Forms

Enrollment, Health History, Release of Information and Consent Forms are required on annual basis to enroll in the program. These forms are available at: BCCCNP Forms. Forms will be provided ahead of time if a client is scheduled at DHD#10.


Colorectal Cancer

What services does the program offer?

Through contracted providers, men and women can receive screening services such as:
Fecal Immunochemical Test (FIT) (FIT Kits are available through DHD#10)

Colonoscopy/Preventative and Diagnostic- average risk can be screened by colonoscopy or optional at-home fecal immunochemical test (FIT). Increased risk must be screened by a colonoscopy.

Positive FIT/FOBT must have a diagnostic colonoscopy and have authorization prior to completing diagnostic colonoscopy, please call.

Please note this program follows the Michigan Cancer Consortium Guidelines for Early Detection of Colorectal Cancer based on the 2008 Joint Guideline from the American Cancer Society, the U.S. Multi-Society Task Force, and the American College of Radiology, and the U.S. Preventative Services Task Force (2008).

Who is eligible?

Asymptomatic men & women ages 50-64
Have no Insurance or Insurance with a High Deductible Plan
Meet the Current Income Guidelines:

2017 Size of Family Income Guideline

1 $30,150
2 $40,600
3 $51,050
4 $61,500
5 $71,950
6 $82,400
7 $92,850
8 $103,300
Each Additional Member (Beyond 8) Add $10,450

Please note that high risk men and women that are currently symptomatic are not eligible for screening services through this program. To schedule an appointment or learn more, please call 888-217-3904, and select option #2.

Quicklinks

Michigan Colorectal Cancer Early Detection Program
Clinical Guidelines
About this Program

Forms

Enrollment, Health History, Release of Information and Consent Forms are required on annual basis to enroll in this cancer screening program. These forms are available at: CRC Forms. Forms will be provided ahead of time if a client is scheduled at DHD#10.


Annual Pap & HPV Screening

What services does the program offer?

  • Annual exams
  • Pap and HPV testing
  • Referral services for abnormal paps
  • Mammogram orders
  • Referrals for abnormal mammograms

To schedule an appointment or learn more, please call 888-217-3904, and select option #2.


Skin Cancer

What services does the program offer?

In coordination with Spectrum Health Regional Wheatlake Cancer Center Free Cancer Screening Events including skin cancer screenings are offered twice a year. These cancer screenings are for those without insurance. Cancer screenings are offered for both men and women. These cancer screenings are currently offered in Reed City.

Quicklinks

www.spectrumhealth.org


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Are you a current or former heavy smoker and have you quit within the last 15 years? If so, and you’re between the ages of 55-80, there is a new lung cancer screening test that may be right for you. Talk with your doctor about the benefits and risks of lung cancer screening or visit www.michigan.gov/cancer for more information.

Quicklinks

Live Well
American Cancer Society