Breast and Cervical Cancer Program Services: Every Woman’s Life
The Every Woman’s Life Program provides free screening for breast and cervical cancer for under-served women who are low-income and have no insurance or are under-insured.
The message of early detection for breast and cervical cancer saves lives. In Virginia, the Every Woman’s Life Program is a community based cancer control effort that provides screening for women age 50-64 and women age 40-49 who are considered high risk. These women receive a free clinical breast exam, pelvic exam and Pap test, a mammogram, and education regarding breast and cervical health. If a woman is diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer we also help them to access treatment. This program encourages women to be a friend to themselves as well as to others by passing along the important message of early detection. The Every Woman’s Life Program makes a real difference to real people.
You can obtain information regarding the Every Woman’s Life Program by calling the Fredericksburg Health Department at 540-899-4142. The Health Department hours are from 8:00 am to 4:30 pm Monday through Friday. Every Woman’s Life Clinic hours are by appointment only and held on first and third Mondays of the month.
Each district health department clinic offers services to women interested in preconceptual planning or a method of birth control. Program offers complete gynecological services, including lab work, pelvic examination, pap smear and breast examination. Selected birth control methods are also provided.
Each district health department offers pregnancy testing. No appointment is needed and some fees may apply.
Each district health department offers prenatal care. Fees are determined according to financial eligibility. Case management is provided by Public Health Nurses.
Please click here to select your local health department for more information.