Women’s Health Screening Program
The Women’s Health Screening Program is now serving your community!
It has never been easier to stay healthy. The Women’s Health Screening Program is here to help you navigate obtaining your routine breast and cervical screenings. These screenings are quick and easy, and detecting cancer early can save your life. When it comes to your health, you’re worth it. You matter. So love yourself. Protect yourself. Get screened for cancer.
If you’re uninsured or underinsured, you may be eligible for a free or reduced-cost screening through Delaware Division of Public Health (DPH) Screening for Life program.
Call 1.888.672.9647 to schedule your appointment and for the most up-to-date scheduling information.
Our team can provide translation interpretation services in Spanish and Haitian-Creole by medically certified interpreters on staff.
What If I Don’t Have Health Insurance? You may be eligible for free or low-cost screenings through Screening for Life, a Program of Delaware’s Division of Public Health, or another program. Call 1-888-672-WMHS (9647) for more information. You also may be eligible for Health Insurance through the Choose Health Delaware Health Insurance Marketplace. Call 1.800.318.2596 for more information.
Call 1-888-672-9647 for scheduling details or to arrange transportation or interpretation (if needed) for a mammogram with one of our screening partners.
Call 1-888-672-WMHS (9647) for more information or to make an appointment.
Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition is taking action in the community by offering Women’s Health Screening Program. The Women’s Health Screening Program in partnership with the State of Delaware provides centralized patient navigation services for breast, cervical, and other health screenings to eligible residents throughout the State of Delaware. The Delaware Breast Cancer Coalition’s commitment to this program will include:
• Pioneering and growing partnerships with screening providers, employers, as well as non-traditional partners to expand accessibility to mammography sites and other health screening sites throughout the state.
• Ensuring access to care by navigating patients through various cultural and economic barriers including income restrictions, lack of transportation, language translation, lack of primary care provider, or having little or no insurance.
• Reaching diverse communities to deliver messages that address their unique concerns about breast cancer and the importance of early detection.
• Providing health screenings, health fairs, patient education, and the understanding of chronic conditions, to diverse communities to help to reduce the fear of disease.
• Increasing the percentage of uninsured and underinsured women receiving cancer screening services in Delaware, with a focus on providing services to those who are rarely or never screened, as well as encouraging them to receive ongoing care.
• Providing patient navigators who will help guide and navigate residents throughout the process of scheduling and obtaining screenings. In addition, patient navigators will help with language translation, answering questions, and address concerns often associated with health screenings.
• A transition of patients who previously received services on the Women’s Mobile Health Screening Van to freestanding mammography and screening sites.
• Promotion and delivery of important health and wellness education to residents across the state of Delaware.