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The Wisconsin Well Woman Program

What is the Wisconsin Well Woman Program?

The Wisconsin Well Woman Program helps women who have little or no health insurance get screening for breast and cervical cancers.

Wisconsin Well Woman Program

It pays for:

  • Clinical breast exams
  • Diagnostic testing if your screening test results are abnormal
  • Human papillomavirus (HPV) tests
  • Mammograms (breast cancer screening).
  • Multiple sclerosis testing for those who are high risk.
  • Pap tests (cervical cancer screening).
  • Pelvic exams

You don’t have to pay a:

  • Co-payment.
  • Deductible.
  • Premium.

You must use a medical provider in the program.

Find the Well Woman agency where you live

Get help preventing breast and cervical cancer

A future free from cervical cancer

If there was a vaccine against cancer, wouldn’t you get it for your kids? Find out if the pre-teens in your life have had the HPV vaccine.

The vaccine is safe, effective, and prevents the virus that can lead to cervical cancer and many other types of cancer in the future.

Learn more about the HPV vaccine.

Around 5,460 women in Wisconsin will get breast cancer in 2024

The Well Woman Program can help you get a:

  • Cervical cancer screening.
  • Mammogram.

Learn more about Cervical Cancer Screening—American Cancer Society, P-02071.

Who is eligible

You can enroll in the program if you

  • Are a woman between ages 40 and 64.
  • Don’t have health insurance, or
    • Have insurance that doesn’t include routine check-ups and screenings.
    • Aren’t able to pay the deductible or co-payment.
  • Live in Wisconsin
  • Meet income requirements (at or below 250% of the federal poverty level)

There are exceptions to the 40-64 age group if you are:

  • 65 or older and not eligible for Medicare or if you can’t afford Medicare Part B
  • 35-39, and receiving Medicaid Family Planning Only services, and you are referred to the WWWP after an abnormal breast exam or abnormal mammogram
  • 35-39, and not eligible for Medicaid Family Planning Only services and self-reports breast symptoms to the coordinating agency
  • 35-39, without breast symptoms and not eligible for Medicaid Family Planning Only services, you are eligible for cervical cancer screening and diagnostic services

The program is available in all 72 Wisconsin counties and 11 tribes. Yet not every medical provider offers every service.

How to apply

Contact a county or tribal coordinating agency to enroll:

Call 800-642-7837 to learn more about the program

Find the Well Woman agency where you live

Wisconsin Well Women Program team

Well Woman Program coordinating agency staff for Waukesha and Jefferson counties, the Hispanic Health Resource at ProHealth Care. From left: Grace Hanneken, Maria Nino de Guzman, Soraya Bericoto (Well Woman Program coordinator), Martha Viscuso, and Danna Preciado.

Well Woman Program links

Women’s health websites

Other helpful websites


Last revised April 12, 2024