Early detection saves live! Free Cancer Screenings are Available in Your County!
The Cancer Services Program is a New York State Department of Health grant-funded program that provides breast, cervical and colon cancer screenings at no cost to eligible men and women.
Livingston and Wyoming Counties Cancer Serves Program (CSP)partners with health care providers in five counties, so cancer screenings can be done close to home. Providers include doctors’ offices, clinics, hospitals and labs. Enrollment is doneconfidentially over the phone, making enrollment just a phone call away.
Call 800-533-8670 or 585-786-8890 if you have any questionsabout cancer screening and to see if you are eligible for this program.
Uninsured women ages 40or older (or younger, if family history/or palpable finding) are eligible forbreast cancer screenings
Uninsured women ages 40or older are eligible for cervical cancer screenings
Uninsured women ages 50or older are eligible for colon cancer screenings
Uninsured men ages 50 or older (or younger, if family history) are eligible for colon cancer screenings
New York State resident
Reimbursable Screening Services:
Clinical Breast Exam
Pap test and HPV Test
FIT kit (for average risk persons)
Colonoscopy(for increased risk or symptomatic persons)
Diagnostic testing and biopsies
Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program (MCTP) is available when breast, cervical, colon cancer is diagnosed. Additionally, uninsured men diagnosed with prostate cancer by a participating doctor may be eligible to enroll in the Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program(prostate cancer screening and diagnostic testing is not reimbursed by CSP).
Participating Clinical Providers
Wyoming County Health Department
Livingston County Health Department
Wyoming County Community Hospital
Noyes Hospital/URMC (2 locations)
Elizabeth Wende Breast Care (3 locations)
Windsong Radiology (Erie County)
United Memorial Medical Center/RRH
Tri-County Family Medicine (5 locations)
Physicians and Midwifery Services in Warsaw