Clients

Are you eligible for Every Woman’s Life?

To be eligible, you must meet ALL of the following:

  • 18 to 64 years old
  • Resident of Virginia
  • Have no health insurance
  • Meet income requirements

2019 Federal Poverty Guidelines

Number in Family 250% Federal Poverty Level
Gross Yearly Salary Gross Monthly Income* Approximate Hourly Income**
1 $31,225 $2,602.07 $15.00
2 $42,275 $3,522.92 $20.32
3 $53,325 $4,443.75 $25.62
4 $64,375 $5,364.57 $30.95
5 $75,425 $6,285.42 $36.25
6 $86,475 $7,206.25 $41.57
7 $97,525 $8,127.07 $46.87
8 $108,575 $9,047.92 $52.2
For each additional person, add: $11,050 $920.82 $5.32

*Yearly income divided by 12 Months
**Assumes a full-time job for a full year (2080 hours)
Source: https://aspe.hhs.gov/poverty-guidelines

What services does Every Woman’s Life provide?

EWL Services Provided

Age

Clinical Breast Exam

Mammogram
(yearly)

Pap Test
(every other year)

Pelvic Exam
(yearly)

 Tests For Abnormal Findings

18-39*

No

No

No

No

Yes

40-64

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

Yes

*Those 18-39 who are determined to be high risk for breast and/or cervical cancer may be eligible for these services to be covered by Every Woman’s Life.

If I’m eligible for services how can I get an appointment?

Call 1-866-EWL-4YOU or 1-866-395-4968 to be referred to the screening site nearest you or click here to find the site where you make your appointment.

How long will it take to get my appointment?

The time you may wait before getting your appointment will depend on the demand for services at a certain screening location. Wait times will vary, but our goal is to serve you as soon as possible.

What if I’m not eligible for Every Woman’s Life services, but still need help finding and paying for services?

Call 1-866-EWL-4YOU or 1-866-395-4968, and we will share with you a list of resources in your community.

What if I am diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer by an Every Woman’s Life provider?

If you do have breast or cervical cancer, you may be eligible to have your treatment paid for by Medicaid. When you are done with your treatment, your Medicaid coverage will end.