BreastCare Eligibility and Services
Are you eligible?
BreastCare is a program for Arkansas women funded with federal and state funds. You may be able to get free cancer screenings and/or diagnostic (follow up) tests if you:
- live in Arkansas
- are 21 to 64 years old and need cervical cancer services
- are 40 to 64 years old and need breast cancer services
- are under 40 years old with breast symptoms
- have a household income at or below 250% of the federal poverty level
- do not have health insurance (including Medicaid or Medicare)
- have insurance, need diagnostic tests AND meet criteria for financial barrier
Click here to find out if you are eligible for BreastCare services.
How do I enroll?
Local providers in partnership with BreastCare make breast and cervical cancer screening possible for women in across the state. Use the search feature below to find a doctor, Local Health Unit, or Community Health Center in your area to contact about enrolling in BreastCare.
Click here to find a provider near you to enroll in BreastCare.
How does BreastCare work?
Once enrolled, you will receive a BreastCare ID card along with complete information on the BreastCare program. Your BreastCare provider will schedule an appointment for your clinical breast exam and Pap test, if needed. After this visit, an appointment will be made for you to have a mammogram.
What services are available?
BreastCare offers no cost screening and diagnostic services for eligible women in Arkansas. Screening services include clinical breast exam, Pap test and mammogram. Diagnostic services to follow-up on an abnormal mammogram, clinical breast exam or Pap test results are also available.