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Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program helps eligible Alaskans get breast and cervical health screenings. Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program enrollees can get free mammograms and pap tests. Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program also pays for diagnostic tests when needed, and helps women get referred for financial support if they need treatment.

For more information about Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program, please call 1-800-410-6266.

 

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Eligibility

Thousands of Alaskans are eligible for a free Pap test and Mammogram.

You may qualify for Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program if:

  • You are an Alaska resident aged 21–64
  • You meet Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program income guidelines
  • You do not have insurance
  • You have a high insurance deductible you cannot pay, or
  • Your insurance does not pay for breast and cervical health screenings

 

To see if you are eligible for Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program, call 1-800-410-6266 and enroll over the phone.

  • Eligibility information will be verified over the phone
  • Documentation such as a social security number is not required
  • When you enroll in the program the Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program team will send you a welcome letter
  • A list of Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program health care providers will also be sent to you if you don't have a primary health care provider
  • Enrollments expire one year from the date you enroll. To re-enroll, contact Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program or your health care provider
  • If you have Medicare Part B, you are not eligible for Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program
  • LGBTQ+ Eligibility Information
    • Transgender women (male-to-female), who may have taken or are taking hormones and meet all program eligibility requirements, are eligible to receive breast cancer screening and diagnostic services through Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program.
    • Transgender men (female-to-male) may still receive cancer screenings through Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program if they have not had a bilateral mastectomy or total hysterectomy.
    • Talk to your health care provider about screening to decide if screening is right for you.

To find a Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program health care provider, check out our interactive map of Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program health care providers below, look at this PDF of the Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program health care providers, OR call 1-800-410-6266 for more information.

 

 Explore the interactive map for Ladies First health care providers:

 

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If you do not find a Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program health care provider in your area, you might be eligible for services through breast and cervical cancer screening program at one of the following organizations. Click the organization name for more information.

Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program Services

Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program can pay for approved screening exams. If any exam results are abnormal, Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program can also pay for approved diagnostic tests to rule out problems, including cancer.

Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program can pay for:

  • Breast Cancer Screenings
    • Clinical breast exam
    • Screening mammogram (for women ages 40–64)
    • Diagnostic follow up tests if results are abnormal
  • Cervical Cancer Screenings (for women ages 21–64)
    • Pap test
    • HPV test
    • Diagnostic follow up test if results are abnormal
  • Support if Diagnosed with Cancer
    If you are screened through Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program and cancer or a pre-cancerous condition is found, you may be eligible to have your treatment paid for by Medicaid. The Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program team will help you with the referral process to Medicaid.

Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program does NOT cover:

  • birth control
  • general bloodwork
  • the diagnosis and treatment of sexually transmitted infections

Resources:

Alaska Breast and Cervical Screening Program is federally funded through the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)