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Wisconsin Well-Woman Program

Health & Human Services

The Wisconsin Well-Woman Program (WWWP) is happy to provide health screenings for women 35-64. Please remember that this is strictly a screening program that focuses on prevention and/or early detection of health problems. There are no charges for the covered services; however, there may be some charges for services related to these screenings.
Clinic Visits
(Only as they pertain to the covered services listed below):
New Client Office Visit
Established Client Office Visit
Preventative Medicine Office Visit
Consultation Visit after abnormal Clinical Breast Exam or Mammogram
Breast-Related Services
Mammography (screening and diagnostic)
Breast Ultrasound
Puncture Aspiration of a cyst of the breast
Excision of Cyst of Fibroadenoma
Fine Needle Aspiration (superficial or deep tissue, radiology guidance)
NOTE: Some fees related to breast biopsy may be covered.
Cervical-Related Services
PAP Test (screening and diagnostic)
Thin Prep PAP Test
Colposcopy (with or without biopsy)
Surgical Pathology (cervical biopsy)
For clients who can’t afford preventive health services
The Wisconsin Well Woman Program (WWWP) reimburses participating providers for a preventive medicine evaluation and selected screening procedures for:
Breast Cancer
Cervical Cancer
Services are available at no cost to eligible women. There is no premium, deductible or co-payment.
Well Woman Program eligibility criteria:
Woman, age 35-64.
No health insurance, insurance does not cover preventive health services, or patient cannot pay deductibles or co-payments for these services.
*WWWP uses Gross Household Income, except for farm families and self-employed persons, for which Net Taxable Income is used.

Agency:    Juneau County Health Department (Services for Adams County) 
Jennifer Froh– Coordinator for Adams County Public Health
Address:   220 East State Street, Courthouse Room 104, Mauston, WI 53948
Phone:      (608) 847-9373 or Toll Free (866) 735-9616
Fax:          (608) 847-9407
Hours:      8 a.m. to 12 noon and 12:30 p.m. to 4:30 p.m. Monday through Friday
*Appointments can be scheduled through Public Health.