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Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP)

BCCTP covers breast or cervical cancer detection, follow-up care and treatment. Family’s income must be at or below $2,010* per month. LA County DHS doctors are BCCTP providers.

For more information, click here or call (800) 824-0088.

Who can get it?

  • Individuals screened by an early cancer detection program through the Every Woman Counts, Breast and Cervical Cancer Control Program (BCCCP) or Family PACT (Planning, Access, Care and Treatment) Program and determined to be in need of follow-up care for cancer or precancerous condition such as cervical lesions

How much does it cost?

  • No cost if annual coinsurance (co-pays, premiums and deductible) expected to exceed $750

What is required?

  • California residence
  • Citizenship or immigration status
  • Proof of identity
  • Social Security Card or award letter from Social Security showing a Social Security Number
  • Information about other health coverage, if any

What is covered?

Restricted Benefits:

  • Benefits not covered by insurance and payment of insurance benefits under certain conditions
  • Limited to Breast and Cervical Cancer treatment and emergency pregnancy related services, and state-funded long term care
  • Up to 18 continuous months per diagnosis for breast cancer and up to 24 continuous months per diagnosis for cervical cancer

Full Benefits:

  • Cancer treatment
  • Most health care benefits
  • Presumptive eligibility period begins the month of enrollment and ends when actual program eligibility is determined or the last day of month after the month presumptive eligibility is established

Where do I go for care?

  • LA County DHS hospitals and clinics
  • Any health care provider authorized to provide screening services under Every Woman Counts and Family PACT

Where do I apply?

  • County hospitals or clinics
  • Any health care provider authorized to provide screening services under Every Woman Counts and Family PACT, call (800) 824-0088 for the nearest location

*Monthly income level above is based on the April 1, 2017 Federal Poverty Levels (FPL) for a family size of one.