Public Education and Awareness

The CSP operates a 24/7 toll-free recruitment phone-line (1-866-442-CANCER / 2262), which has translators and refers directly to the county you need for screenings, support services, ovarian awareness, legal services, and genetic counselors.

We Can Help...

Medicaid Cancer Treatment program (MCTP)

Men and Women diagnosed with breast, cervical, colorectal or prostate cancer may be eligible for full Medicaid coverage through the MCTP for their cancer treatment and medications. Contact us for more information:

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Fequently Asked Questions

How will I pay for diagnostic services?
Most diagnostic services are covered through the program. Additional support to help pay for services that are not covered are made possible through fundraising events. For more information about fundraising or donating to the program please contact us:

What if I am diagnosed with cancer?
Our case manager will stay by your side and provide you with many community resources available to help you during your treatment.

How will I pay for treatment, if I am diagnosed with cancer?
The Medicaid Cancer Treatment Program (MCTP) covers treatment for breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancer for eligible men and women. Full Medicaid coverage is available throughout the treatment period.

What if I am not eligible for the MCTP?
The case manager will guide you through the process of screenings, treatment, and other coverage that you will qualify for.

What if my test results are abnormal?
The CSP case manager will contact you and set you up for further testing.

What is a case manager?
A case manager helps patients once they have received abnormal test results and offers assistance with issues that could make it difficult to receive care and treatment such as:

What if I have a family history of breast, cervical or colorectal cancer
If you have a family history or are symptomatic for breast, cervical or colorectal cancer you should call us and we will do an individual assessment to determine your eligibility. Family history of cancer is an important key to get checked early.

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