The Health Department wants to help all DuPage County women protect themselves against the most common threats to their health, including breast cancer, cervical cancer and heart disease. Early detection and regular testing are the best defenses against these threats. Remember that breast cancer is the most common cancer among women and heart disease is the leading cause of death.
We offer an important program to women who are underinsured or have no health insurance. The Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IBCCP) offers free screenings to detect breast cancer or cervical cancer, both of which have better treatment results if detected early. IBCCP is available throughout Illinois, but the Health Department only serves DuPage County residents.
Click here for information on Illinois Breast and Cervical Cancer Program
Click here for Frequently Asked Questions (in English and Spanish)
Click here for Helpful links regarding Women’s Health
Applications for IBCCP are available at the Health Department’s Public Health Centers in Addison, Lombard, Westmont, West Chicago and Wheaton. For information, call the Health Department at (630) 682-7400.
Click here to print a copy of the enrollment form in either English or Spanish:
In the event of hot weather, visit protectdupage.org for heat safety tips, including a list of cooling sites in DuPage County.