Baltimore City Cancer Program
Due to the recent cases of novel coronavirus (COVID-19) in Maryland, we are canceling our group events and meetings until further notice. This is being done to protect our patients, staff and visitors. We will announce on this page and on Facebook when events will resume as normal.
Thank you for your understanding.
Early cancer detection saves lives! That's why detecting cancer early through screening increases your chance of beating cancer after diagnosis. Regular cancer screening is the key to early detection.
If you, someone you love or someone you know needs breast, cervical or colon cancer screening, the Baltimore City Cancer Program (BCCP) offers high quality, no-cost services to those without insurance or anyone in need of additional support in metropolitan Baltimore.
This community-based program within the UM Greenebaum Comprehensive Cancer Center is based in West Baltimore at:
Caton Crossroads Professional Center
3350 Wilkins Avenue, Suite 100
Baltimore, MD 21229
To enroll and set up an appointment, please call 410-328-HOPE. Language capabilities: English and Spanish.
Cancer Prevention Services
Our program provides these services related to breast, cervical and colorectal cancer:
Education - Our team works in the community to provide health education activities about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of cancer.
Screenings - For those who are eligible, we provide cancer screenings at no cost.
Support Services - We navigate you from program enrollment through follow-up care. We also connect you with support services, including:
- Appointment scheduling and reminders
- Transportation to and from appointments
- Patient navigation
- Translation services
- Cancer support groups, including our Living and Loving Life Support Circle
Free Cancer Screenings
Free breast and cervical cancer screenings are provided (based on eligibility) Monday through Friday from 8:30 am - 4 pm at the following health centers:
About the Baltimore City Cancer Program
Funded through Maryland's Cigarette Restitution Fund Program and Komen Maryland, the program was created in 2001 to help eliminate cancer deaths in Baltimore City through early detection, diagnosis, treatment and education.
Since then, the program has screened more than 36,000 Baltimore City residents and diagnosed more than 140 cancer. The majority of our patients who are diagnosed with cancer are survivors today!
Cancer Prevention Team
Community Outreach Representatives
- Rhonda Boozer-Yeary
- Olga Cibils
- Veronica Duran
- LeVesta Jackson-Crute
- Angela Rodriguez
- Loretta Setzer
Nurse Case Managers/Nurse Navigators
- Toni Gilstrop-Claiborne, BSN, RN
- Linda Hollander, BSN, RN
- Kismith J. Macey | Data Coordinator/Patient Finance
- Shana O. Ntiri, MD, MPH | Medical Director
- Bethany Schaefer | Administrative Assistant
- Rhonda Silva, MBA, BSN, RN | Division Administrator
To enroll and set up an appointment, please call 410-328-HOPE.