The Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) provides preventive health screening services to women with little or no health insurance coverage. Women aged 45 – 64 (with some funding for ages 35 – 44) who meet income requirements, can be enrolled in WWWP for breast and cervical screenings. They must meet the income guideline of 250% of Federal Poverty Level and be uninsured or under-insured, meaning a high deductible or poor coverage.
If you are under age 50 and do not present with a breast symptom or family history of breast cancer, the mammogram cannot be covered under the WWWP. For women in this category, age 40 – 49, “Fort Memorial Foundation” vouchers are available to use for a free mammogram. Should you have an “abnormal” screening mammogram under the Foundation voucher, and meet the WWWP enrollment guidelines, you will be eligible for WWWP mammogram vouchers for a diagnostic mammogram or breast ultrasound or biopsy, if needed.
For more information about WWWP, please contact Sandee Schunk at the Jefferson County Health Department at (920) 674-7193. For more information about Fort HealthCare Mammogram Vouchers, please speak with a Fort HealthCare Primary Care clinic or the Rock River Free Clinic in Jefferson, Wis.
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Call (920) 568-5420