Cancer Education and Early Detection

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Eligibility

NJCEED LogoNew Jersey residents who are income eligible* and are uninsured or underinsured can qualify for free breast, cervical, colorectal and/or prostate cancer screening services under the NJCEED Program.

If you don’t have health insurance, or if your health insurance does not cover the cost of cancer screenings, refer to the chart below to see if you meet the income guidelines and qualify for free services.

(*The maximum allowable income is 250% of the Federal Poverty Level.)

Your family's income can be up to but not over the amounts listed under the 250% columns below.

2013 Federal Poverty Guidelines

To be eligible for the NJCEED Program, clients’ incomes can be up to but not over the amounts listed under the 250% columns below.

Family Size

  100%

  250%

    Annual

    Monthly

     Annual

    Monthly

         1

11,490

955

28,725

2,394

         2

15,510

1,293

38,775

3,231

         3

19,530

1,628

48,825

4,069

         4

23,550

1,963

58,875

4,906

         5

27,570

2,298

68,925

5,744

         6

31,590

2,633

78,975

6,581

         7

35,610

2,968

89,025

7,419

         8

38,630

3,303

99,075

8,256

Each Additional
Person

4,020

335

10,050

838

SOURCEFederal Register, Vol. 78, No. 16, January 24, 2013 pp. 5182-5183.