The Florida Colorectal Cancer Control Program, Screen for Life is funded by the Centers for Disease Control to support and increase population-based screening efforts and provide colorectal cancer screening services to low-income men and women aged 50-64 years who are uninsured.
The Florida Screen for Life Program is funded to provide limited free colorectal cancer screening services (colonoscopies and fecal immunochemical tests) to low-income men and women aged 50-64 years who are underinsured or uninsured for screening. The program is designed to meet the screening needs of individuals who are at average risk for colorectal cancer and who meet other eligibility requirements.
You may be eligible for free colorectal cancer screening if you meet these requirements:
The program has community navigators at four sites in Florida. Call the site nearest you to find out whether you are eligible for free or low-cost colorectal cancer screening through the program or to obtain information regarding other screening resources available in the area.
If you are not eligible for the Florida Screen for Life program, please call your county health department, or find the nearest Federally Qualified Health Center, to learn more about screening options in your community.