The cost of treatment for breast cancer varies greatly based on your insurance coverage, stage of diagnosis, recommended treatment regime, and the medical facility where you receive care, among other factors.

If you are newly diagnosed and not sure where to enroll in treatment or fear the cost may be prohibitive at your current medical facility, please review options below.

It is important, though, that you determine if the cost of treatment is prohibitive BEFORE starting care. Once a treatment is completed, it may be impossible find financial assistance. Komen Colorado grants and similar programs are not able to retroactively cover the cost of a bill.

If you have already started or completed treatment and find you cannot pay the bill(s), please contact the medical facility’s financial navigator to see if they have available resources or can setup a payment plan that works for you. You may also contact Komen Colorado to discuss your situation to determine if resources are available by calling 303-744-2088 or emailing

Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (BCCP)

This is a state-funded program for women who have been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer. BCCP also covers breast and cervical conditions that may lead to cancer if not treated.

Eligibility Requirements: Are the following true?

  • I am a female and/or transgender
  • I have been diagnosed with breast or cervical cancer
  • I am between 40 and 65 years old
  • I have an income less than $2,529 per month with just me (Monthly Income Guidelines)
    I have not had a mammogram in the last 12 months
  • I do not have insurance or the insurance I have does not cover breast cancer treatment
  • I am NOT enrolled in Health First Colorado
  • I am NOT eligible for Medicare
  • I am a resident of Colorado
  • I am lawfully present

If your answers are “yes” to all of the above, contact the Medicaid BCCP to apply. Call 303-866-2385 or visit them online.

If you answered “no” to any of the above, or are unsure, review the below list to find a resource near you. You may also contact Komen Colorado to find a resource for you by calling 303-744-2088 or emailing

PLEASE NOTE: Enrollment in a Komen Colorado-funded program is NOT guaranteed if you do not qualify for the Medicaid breast and cervical cancer treatment program; please contact Komen Colorado or one of the organizations below to find out if you qualify and if there is currently funding availability for program enrollment.

You may contact each organization listed below to see if you are eligible for the Komen Colorado-funded program, or another program operated at the facility, and to make an appointment. The organizations are listed by region, then by service.