Show Me Healthy Women (SMHW) is a free breast and cervical cancer screening program for the state of
Missouri. To qualify for a free breast and/or cervical cancer screening, women must meet certain age, income, and insurance
guidelines. There are approximately 180 facilities throughout the state that provide these free cancer screenings. The
Partnership now has a SMHW Coordinator that can tell you if you meet all the qualifications and help schedule an appointment
for the screenings.
The objective of the SMHW program is to offer screening services to
women who are considered high risk. High risk women include, but are not limited to, women with low income, women over
50, women with no or little insurance, women who have rarely or never been screened, rural women, women of color, and women
Free diagnostic or treatment services are available to women who are U.S. citizens
and diagnosed with breast or cervical abnormalities or cancer by a Show Me Healthy Women provider.
Deanna Redinger at the Partnership to see if you qualify. Call 438-8555 or fill in the form below and Deanna will contact
Free exams listed below are available through the SMHW program:
Women age 50-64 - or older if not covered
by Medicare Part B - may be eligible for free:
Pap tests and pelvice exams, Clinical breast exams, and
Mammograms and diagnostic services.
Women age 35-49 may be eligible for free:
tests, pelvic exams and clinical breast exams, Diagnostic services with breast or cervical screenings that are suspicious