Where can I get a free or low cost mammogram or pap screening?

The Sage program by the Minnesota Department of Health provides free breast and cervical cancer screening plus follow-up services to eligible women. Women should be age 40 or older; uninsured or underinsured; income within our guidelines. Exceptions may be made for younger women with a family history of breast cancer.

Call 888-6-HEALTH (888-643-2584) to make an appointment with a participating local clinic or visit the Sage website for more information.

People can have a free pap screening through the Wright County Family Planning Program. Call 763-335-0280 or visit our webpage for more information.

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