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The Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program (BCCHP) began in Washington state in 1993. The program was created by the United States Congress to improve access to breast, and cervical cancer screening for Washington residents without health insurance.

In 2009, colon cancer screening was added for people without health insurance.

BCCHP relies on its partnerships with clinics to ensure that people living in King, Clallam, Jefferson, and Kitsap counties get the screenings and care they need.

Program materials

  • February 2022 newsletter
    • January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month
    • COVID-19 related resources
    • BCCHP navigation update
    • BCCHP annual meeting

  • August 2021 newsletter
    • Cancer screening rates and the pandemic
    • COVID-19 related resources
    • BCCHP enrollment and navigation projects
    • NEW - Current BCCHP Flyer

  • March 2021 newsletter
    • Cancer screening rates and the pandemic
    • BCCHP enrollment and navigation projects
    • BCCHP contracts
    • March is Colon Cancer Awareness Month

  • October 2020 newsletter
    • BCCHP contracts and invoicing
    • October is breast cancer awareness month
    • Cancer support group led in Spanish
    • Reducing cancer risk survey
    • Colon cancer screening program
    • Flu vaccine - more important than ever!
    • HPV vaccine
    • Two COVID-19 relief funds now open to undocumented residents in WA