Services include physical examinations for women, pap tests; breast exams and mammogram referrals, screening and treatment for sexually transmitted infections, screening for high blood pressure, pregnancy testing and proof of pregnancy for insurance purposes, birth control options. Patients are seen by appointment 419-673-6230.
Services For Men:
Family Health Services provides men with testing and (if required) treatment for chlamydia and gonorrhea sexually transmitted infections. This testing is done by appointment 419-673-6230.
Breast & Cervical Cancer
Are you age 40 and older?
Are you uninsured?
Do you have limited income?
You may qualify for a free mammogram and Pap test!
What is the Breast and Cervical Cancer Project (BCCP)?
The BCCP is a statewide, high-quality breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic program offered at no cost to eligible women in Ohio. Eligible women will be scheduled for services with providers in their area. The services include:
- Pelvic exams
- Pap tests
- Clinical breast exams
- Case management
- Diagnostic testing, including biopsy and ultrasound (if needed)
Who can receive the services?
Women are eligible for screening and diagnostic services if they meet the following:
- Live in households with incomes less than 200% of the poverty level
- Have no insurance
- Are 40 years of age or older for Pap tests, pelvic exams and clinical breast exams
- Are 50 years of aqe or older for mammograms
What if I am diagnosed with cancer through BCCP?
Women who have been screened for breast or cervical cancer through the BCCP and are found to need treatment for breast or cervical cancer (or pre-cancerous conditions) are eligible to apply for BCCP Medicaid, which provides Medicaid coverage for their cancer treatment and other health care needs.
How can I learn more and find out if I am eligible?
Locate the regional project that serves your county. A toll-free phone number is available for each office. Call to see if you qualify!
Regional Project Centers
- Women’s Preventive HealthCare Project,
Allen County Health Department 1-800-901-9727