The Utah Cancer Control Program (UCCP) provides breast and cervical cancer screenings to Utah women aged 40-64 who are low income, uninsured, or underinsured.
Women who qualify for the program may also be eligible for services through the BeWise program.
Resources for breast cancer screening guidelines and legislation regarding breast cancer screening.
The UCCP contracts with surgeons, obstetricians, gynecologists, and gynecologic oncologists for reimbursement for specified diagnostic and follow-up procedures for UCCP clients.
The UCCP also contracts with various types of facilities. If your facility would like to work with the UCCP, please call
Access the UCCP clinical and patient forms, and contractual agreements.
Read about the great work in public health across the state.
Answers to questions you might have about the UCCP program.
Continued professional development of healthcare professionals is crucial to reduce the incidence of cancer and cancer mortality in Utah.
Getting Utah women screened for breast and cervical cancer is the primary goal of the UCCP’s Breast and Cervical program.
Here you can access resources from the recruitment toolkit and media campaigns to use in your community.
Utah’s breast cancer screening rates are significantly below the national average.
Only 64.5% of Utah women aged 40 or older have had a mammogram in the last 2 years, compared with 72.3% of U.S. women.
The UCCP provides breast and cervical cancer screenings and services to Utah women aged 40-64 who are low income, uninsured, or underinsured.
If you already partner with the UCCP, email Sheri Vaughn.
If your organization is not yet partnering with the UCCP, but is interested in reducing the cancer burden in Utah by providing services to underserved women, call:
Resources to help you assist clients to navigate health insurance.