Florida Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program
921 N. Davis St.
Bldg. A, Suite 251
Jacksonville, Florida 32209
The Florida Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (FBCCEDP) makes it easy to get the breast and cervical cancer screenings doctors recommend. The screenings are free if program eligibility requirements are met.
FBCCEDP Brochure (2.2 MB PDF)
FBCCEDP Program Flyer - English (832 KB PDF)
FBCCEDP Program Flyer - Spanish (835 KB PDF)
To lead and support breast and cervical cancer screening to save lives.
Healthy women living cancer-free.
To provide breast and cervical cancer screenings to women in the Greater Jacksonville area.
The program is available to:
- Women ages 50 through 64
- Women who do not have health insurance, which will cover the cost of a mammogram, clinical breast exam, pelvic exam/Pap test
- Women who are not covered by Medicaid or Medicare
- Women who meet the income guidelines of the program (at or below 200% of the federal poverty level)
- Women who are Florida residents and reside in one of the following counties: Clay, Duval, Baker, Nassau, or St. Johns
- Women older than 40, but younger than 50, with a personal history of breast or invasive cervical cancer may be enrolled and screened through the program if they also meet income and insurance requirements
- Clinical breast exam by a qualified clinician
- Mammogram at one of the several facilities
- Pelvic exam and Pap smear test (if cervix is present)
- Assistance with various follow-up diagnostic tests if the physician recommends them and grant funding is available; or assistance in locating a facility that will provide the tests at a reduced cost if testing must be obtained outside the program
- Free care coordination if screening or diagnostic testing is abnormal
- Medicaid for cancer treatment if screened and diagnosed through FBCCEDP with breast or cervical cancer and qualifies for Medicaid
Why should you have exams?
- Mammograms can find breast cancer before it can be detected by breast exams.
- Many women do not have symptoms at the time breast cancer is detected.
- The chance of survival increases if cancer is found early.
- Detecting cervical cancer before it spreads is easy with regular Pap tests.
- Community-based organizations
- Health Centers
- Local hospitals
- Medical providers