Breast Cancer Screening
California provides free breast cancer screening for eligible women.
To see if you qualify for free breast cancer screening, call 1‑800‑511‑2300
Monday - Friday from 8:30 AM to 5 PM. See the Every Woman Counts website for more information.
Breast Cancer Treatment
If you are diagnosed with breast cancer: Free treatment is available to all Californians who qualify through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program. Information on this program is available on Medi‑Cal's website or call 1-800-824-0088 to speak with an eligibility specialist.
California HIV/AIDS/STD Hotline
Trained volunteers handle telephone calls from the public on a spectrum of issues, including HIV testing, transmission, trends, and new AIDS treatments. Calls are anonymous and confidential.
Hours are 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Pacific Standard Time (PST), Monday through Friday and 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Cervical Cancer Screening
California provides free cervical cancer screening for eligible women. To see if you qualify for free cervical cancer screening, call 1-800-511-2300 Monday - Friday from 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM. See the Every Woman Counts website for more information.
Cervical Cancer Treatment
If you are diagnosed with cervical cancer or certain other cervical conditions that could become cancerous, free treatment is available to all Californians who qualify through the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program. Information on this program is available on Medi‑Cal's website or call 1-800-824-0088 to speak with an eligibility specialist.
Problem gambling can affect everyday life situations. Depression, anxiety, relationship difficulties and mood swings can all be related
to problem gambling. If you think your gambling is out of control or you think you may have a gambling problem take this self-assessment to help you determine if you need assistance.
Problem Gambling Treatment
The Office of Problem Gambling provides free treatment for Problem Gamblers and those affected by problem gambling behavior. Services include telephone counseling, outpatient - face to face, and residential treatment.
Prostate Cancer Treatment
California's prostate cancer treatment program is called IMProving Access, Counseling & Treatment for Californians with Prostate Cancer (IMPACT). IMPACT will pay for prostate cancer treatment for men who qualify for up to 12 months. Treatment is available throughout California.
WISEWOMAN Cardiovascular Disease Screening and Education
WISEWOMAN Program is called Heart of the Family or Corazón de la Familia, and it is a part of the California Heart Disease and Stroke Prevention Program. The goal of the WISEWOMAN Program is to reduce the risk of cardiovascular disease through no-cost screening and counseling for women aged 40-64 who are also enrolled in the Cancer Detection Programs: Every Woman Counts (CDP: EWC). See the WISEWOMAN website for a list of participating locations.