Medicaid Members: Continuous Medicaid coverage will end on March 31, 2023. To ensure coverage continues if you're eligible, report changes (contact information, pregnancy, etc.) as soon as possible. Log into your account or call 2-1-1 and select Option 2.

Breast and Cervical Cancer Services

BCCS: Questions & Answers


What if I have Medicaid?

You are not eligible for BCCS if you have Medicaid.

How will I know if I'm covered by the Breast and Cervical Cancer Services program?

The staff at a Breast and Cervical Cancer Services clinic will meet with you onsite to determine your eligibility. They may be able to confirm your eligibility the same day and provide you with approved services.

How long will I get services?

Services continue as long as you maintain eligibility requirements.

BCCS: How to Apply?

If you meet the qualifications, use the Find a Doctor tool on the right to find a clinic near you. Make an appointment, and the staff will meet with you at the clinic to see if you are eligible.

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:

BCCS: Benefits

The Breast and Cervical Cancer Services program services include:

  • Screening services
    • Clinical breast examination
    • Mammogram
    • Pelvic examination and Pap test
  • Diagnostic services
  • Cervical dysplasia management and treatment
  • Help applying for Medicaid for Breast and Cervical Cancer