In 1995, the California Women’s Law Center established the Breast Cancer Legal Project, the first state-wide provider of free education, outreach, materials and technical assistance to women with breast cancer and their advocates. The Project worked with organizations, breast cancer survivor and advocacy groups, and legal and medical professionals to allow women with breast cancer to focus their energy on recover.
As part of this project, CWLC created a comprehensive legal resource guide to provide background information on the laws protecting women with breast cancer in California.
Breast Cancer Legal Resource Guides
Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program
The Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program (BCCTP) provides cancer treatment for eligible low-income California residents.
Read more about the Breast and Cervical Cancer Treatment Program.
Enrollment is performed only through providers in the CDP:EWC and Family PACT programs.
- For information about the CDP:EWC screenings and who is eligible, visit the CDP:EWC website.
- For information about locating a Family PACT provider near you, visit the Family PACT website. Enter your zip code in the prompt on the left hand side of the page.
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