Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program of Boone, DeKalb and Winnebago Counties


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Breast Cancer is the most common cancer in women. When detected in its earlier stages, breast cancer can be successfully treated. Routine mammograms and breast exams can detect cancer early and provide women with better treatment options.
Cervical Cancer also is treatable if detected early. Since there are often no noticeable symptoms, it is important that women get screened regularly.
Breast and cervical cancer screenings and treatment are free to eligible women in Illinois. Even if you have already been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer, you may receive free or low cost treatment if you qualify. Please call the IBCCP Program for more information and/or to see if you qualify.
There is an enrollment process in which you need to complete forms and consents. If you would like an enrollment packet, please call our office.

Symptomatic women are encouraged to call for further instructions . 

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Por favor llame al 815-972-7250                                              Please call 815-972-7250

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Winnebago County Health Department
555 North Court Street, Second Floor
Rockford, IL 61103

Mailing Address:
Winnebago County Health Department
401 Division Street

PO Box 4009
Rockford, IL 61110-0509
You may be able to receive free services if you are a woman:
  • Living in Illinois
  • Without insurance (no Medicaid, insurance, or Medicare B)
  • 35 to 64 years old*

       *Younger women may be eligible in some cases

Must provide proof of age and household income with enrollment forms/consents.
Services are free if you are eligible. 
How do I access services?      
By enrolling in our program.
Monday through Friday from 8:00am to 5:00pm.
Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program of Boone, Dekalb and Winnebago Counties:
800-511-4315 or 815-972-7250
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