Wisconsin Well Woman Program

The Wisconsin Well Woman Program helps women get free breast and cervical cancer screenings, such as mammograms, Pap screens, and other follow-up tests.

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Breast Health

Maintaining Breast Health

  • Talk to a doctor about what exams are right for you.
  • Eat a healthy diet.
  • Maintain a healthy weight.
  • Exercise regularly.
  • Limit alcohol.
  • Avoid smoking.
  • Know what is normal for your breasts.
  • Report changes to your doctor.

Reasons to get a mammogram

  • The greatest risks for getting breast cancer are being a woman and getting older. Most breast cancers occur in women aged 50 and older.
  • Finding breast cancer early can help save your life.
  • Most women that are diagnosed have no history of breast cancer in their families.
  • Getting a mammogram is easier than you think!

Learn how to do a Breast Self-Exam from the American Cancer Society.

Eligibility Guidelines

Income Eligibility (Effective 2/1/2021 - 1/31/2022)

Family Size Annual Gross Household Income*
1  $32,200
2 $43,550
3 $54,900
4 $66,250
5 $77,600
6 $88,950
7 $100,300
8 $111,650
For each individual family member add:  $11,350

*WWWP uses Gross Household Income, except for farm families and self-employed persons, for which Net Taxable Income is used.

You may qualify if:

  • You are a woman, aged 45-64; or aged 35-44 with breast symptoms or concerns.
  • You do not have health insurance, or your insurance policy has a high deductible for screenings or tests.
  • Your income is within the above guidelines.


"Good Food, Good Medicine"

by: Amberlea Childs

January is Cervical Cancer Awareness Month!

For More Information

Washington Ozaukee Public Health Department: 262-335-4462
Wisconsin Department of Health Services - Wisconsin Well Woman Program