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If your provider told you that you need treatment for breast cancer or cervical cancer, but you don't have health coverage, there is help. You may be eligible for
full OHP benefits through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP), regardless of immigration status.
People under age 65 who live in Oregon and:
No. We encourage anyone with a diagnosis of breast or cervical cancer to apply. The program does not look at gender identity or expression.
BCCTP is available through the OHP Plus benefit package.
Ask your health care provider for help. Any provider who screens for breast or cervical cancer can refer patients. They do this by faxing a completed BCCTP application to OHP.
Through BCCTP, OHP will pay for treatment from the date of the diagnosis.
OHP may also pay for outstanding medical bills related to the diagnosis. This happens if your provider says you would have qualified for BCCTP at the time those bills were due.
After OHP approves your BCCTP coverage, you will get a full OHP application in the mail. This is to collect more information and see if you qualify for ongoing OHP.
If you do not qualify for other OHP or other programs:
Application and Referral Form:
About application status: Call ONE Customer Service at 1-800-699-9075 (TTY 711). Ask for the BCCTP Team.
Providers with questions about BCCTP coverage:
To learn more about helping patients access breast or cervical cancer screening services, visit the ScreenWise website.
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