Frequently Requested Resources
VDH’s Every Woman’s Life Progam | 1-866-EWL-4YOU
The Every Woman’s Life program – a part of the Virginia Department of Health – is a public health program that helps uninsured, low income women gain access to free breast and cervical cancer screening services.
- Learn More about Every Woman’s Life.
- Find out if you are eligible to receive free screening.
- Find an Every Woman’s Life Provider Site.
You can also call Every Woman’s Life toll-free referral line at 1-866-EWL-4YOU (1-866-395-4968) or 804-864-8204 (outside Virginia) to find out if you qualify for services and to find your nearest screening location. Please note that you will need to leave a voicemail and someone will return your call.
Find a Support Group in Your Area
VBCF has compiled a list of support groups in Virginia. These support groups are run by hospitals and other community groups. Meeting dates and times can change so we encourage you to call prior to attending.
Free Ribbons & Literature
Want to help educate your local community about breast cancer? VBCF has a new brochure, Breast Health Basics for Women & Men, available to help you. This brochure includes a pink ribbon that can be removed and worn. We offer these brochures & ribbons free of charge to Virginia residents.
May 23 is National Advocacy Day!
Join VBCF for our annual trip to the U.S. Capitol to meet with Virginia’s
Members of Congress. VBCF offers transportation and organizes visits
for breast cancer survivors and advocates to travel to Washington, DC
to participate in the National Breast Cancer Coalition (NBCC) Day on
Capitol Hill. NBCC’s 2017 Legislative Priorities are:
• $150 million for the Department of Defense Breast Cancer Research
Program for FY2018
• Guaranteed Access to Quality Care for All
• Ensuring the Participation of Educated Patient Advocates in All Levels
of Health Care Decisions