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Apache County Public Health District – Clinical Services Division
Cleta Keller RN, BSN – Division Manager
“Healthy People – Healthy Environment”
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Valerie Simpson Program Director
(928) 333-2415 * 6524
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 Well Woman Health Check Program (WWHP):

The WWHP is funded through the Arizona Department of Health Services and provides free Breast and cervical cancer screening for qualifying women who are uninsured or cannot afford an exam due to a high deductible on their insurance plan. Those who qualify for the program may receive a clinical breast exam, mammogram, pelvic exam and pap test.

Arizona Well Woman Health Check Program

Find out if you qualify – WWHP Eligibility Requirements

Free breast and cervical cancer screenings are available at your local Apache County Public
Health Clinic for qualifying women. Call today to verify your eligibility and to enroll in the
WWHP – (928) 333-2415 *6524

This call could save your life!

Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP):

In Arizona, uninsured women diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer on or after August 2, 2012, may be able to receive comprehensive treatment through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment
Program (BCCTP) provided by the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS)  BCCTP Eligibility Requirements & Application Process

Pink Ribbon License Plate:

Your License Plate Can Help Save a Life!

Help provide vital breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to uninsured women throughout Arizona by purchasing a specialty Pink Ribbon/Cancer Awareness License Plate. A percentage of the fee for this specialty plate directly supports the Well Woman HealthCheck Program. Learn more about the Pink Ribbon License Plate.

The WWHP began in 1993 with funding from the National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program through the Centers for Disease Control (CDC). A combination of CDC, the State of Arizona, and private grants now fund the program. Since 2002, the Arizona Health Care Cost Containment System (AHCCCS) has been paying for treatment for uninsured women screened through the WWHP.

The goal of this program is to increase women’s access to and utilization of quality screening and diagnostic services to decrease morbidity and mortality from breast and cervical cancer among women who are at risk due to age, medical conditions, income or inadequate access to medical care.

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