Milwaukee Health Department

Free preventative health screening services, including mammograms

About this Program

"Well Woman Program The Well Woman Program (WWP) provides preventive health screening services to low-income women who are uninsured or underinsured. Well Woman pays for mammograms, Pap tests, and multiple sclerosis testing. The program is administered by the Wisconsin Department of Health and Family Services, Division of Public Health, and is available in all 72 Wisconsin Counties and 11 tribes, including the City of Milwaukee Health Department. Well Woman works to decrease the mortality rate of breast and cervical cancer in all women in the city of Milwaukee through education, outreach, screening, treatment, community awareness and involvement. What services does Well Woman Provide? - Mammograms - Clinical Breast Exams (CBE) - Breast Cancer Treatment Referral - Breast Self-Exam Instruction - Pap Tests - Assessments for Multiple Sclerosis Who is eligible for Well Woman Program? - Enrollment is limited to women ages 45 to 64 (see below exceptions) - Income must be within the program's guideline limits - Clients do not have health insurance, or the insurance they do have does not cover routine check-ups and screening, or clients are simply unable to pay high deductibles or co-payments.



841 N Broadway, 3rd Floor, WI 53202

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