We provide breast and cervical cancer, education, screening and outreach through our SAGE Program. The SAGE Program is supported by the Minnesota Department of Health, SAGE Program. Services include health education, outreach and case management related to breast and cervical cancer focused on reaching low income women in the Latino community. Office visits, mammography, pap screenings, colposcopy and other clinical services are offered.
For more information on our SAGE Program, contact Bev Rowe, SAGE Program Coordinator at (651) 602.7595. For Spanish speakers, contact Julissa Rios, Case Manager at (651) 602.7598.
Screening for breast and cervical cancer is available for women meeting the following eligibility requirements:
Women must be 40 years old and over.
If you are under 40 years, then you may be screened if you have had prior abnormal exams.
You also must meet our low income requirements.
Clinics that offer this service