Komen Central Indiana has a strong collaborative relationship with the Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IN-BCCP), a government-funded initiative that provides access to breast and cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services to uninsured Hoosiers between the ages of 40 – 64 who are living at or below 200 percent of the federal poverty level.
The Director of IN-BCCP and our Mission Director serve together on the Indiana Cancer Consortium Breast &
Cervical Cancer Committee. This committee has developed a provider flow chart to ensure limited funds are used appropriately, along with a state map highlighting the providers for IN-BCCP, the Indiana Breast Cancer Awareness Trust, Komen Central Indiana grantees and federally qualified health clinics. We also partner to develop webinars for providers, nurse practitioners and patient navigators and collaborate on presentations and programs to measure outcomes and increased survivorship throughout our 41-county service area.
For questions about IN-BCCP or to see if you qualify for assistance within the program, click here.