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WA State Breast, Cervical and Colon Health Program?


This program provides free breast and cervical cancer screening to eligible people in Washington State. Eligibility for the BCCHP is primarily based on health insurance status, income, and age. Find out if you may be eligible.

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Asthma guidelines and educational resources

Tips for patients on avoiding respiratory "triggers" that set off an asthma episode.
  • Patient education materials
  • Green cleaning recipes
  • Resources and guidelines for health educators and schools

Breast, Cervical and Colon Health 

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  • Breast and cervical cancer screening for low-income women through regular mammogram and Pap test screening, increase preventive health knowledge and behaviors and facilitate access to health care and insurance.

  • Information for men and women aged 50 and older about the importance of getting regularly screened for colon cancer. Colon health screening can find and remove growths before they develop into cancer.


Healthy Living: Nutrition, Physical Activity, & Obesity

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The key to achieving and maintaining a healthy weight isn’t short-term dietary changes; it’s about a lifestyle that includes healthy eating and regular physical activity. 

  • Nutrition-Access to healthy foods and beverages, food service guidelines, nutrition standards, healthy hospital environments, and salad bars in schools
  • Physical ActivityPhysical activity access and outreach, street and community design, and early care and education settings
  • ObesityState and local programs, community efforts, and healthy living.