BCCS: Who Can Apply You may receive these BCCS benefits if you: Are a woman age 18 or older. Live in Texas. Do not have health insurance or are underinsured. Have a household income that is the same as or less than 200 percent of the amount allowed for your household shown in the Federal Poverty Guidelines. You may qualify for MBCC if you meet all the following criteria: Have been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer. Need treatment for a breast or cervical cancer. Live in Texas. Are a U.S. citizen or an eligible immigrant. Are age 18‒64 years. Do not have health insurance. Have a household income that is the same as or less than 200 percent of the amount allowed for your household shown in the Federal Poverty Guidelines. High-priority populations High-priority populations most at risk for developing breast or cervical cancer are as follows: Breast cancer: Ages 50‒64 years. Cervical cancer: Ages 21‒64 years. How to Apply? Applying for services is easy. See application options Questions & Answers Get answers to questions about coverage, benefits and more.See questions & answers Benefits The Breast and Cervical Cancer Services program provides cancer screenings and diagnostic services. See benefits Find a BCCS Doctor Coordinates Latitude Longitude Address Distance Provider Name (optional) Apply Select any filter and click on Apply to see results.