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Cancer Education and Early Detection

Cancer Education and Early Detection Program

The Warren County Cancer Education and Early Detection Program (CEED) provides comprehensive outreach, education and screening services for breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancers. These services include education, outreach, early detection, case management, screening, tracking, and follow up services. Breast, cervical, prostate and colorectal cancers can be treated more effectively when found early.


Cancer Screenings-The program can provide free health screenings to women ages 21-64 and men ages 50-64 who qualify. The free screening may include: clinical breast exam, pelvic exam, Pap test, mammogram, prostate exam, PSA test, FOBT/FIT test, and colonoscopy. Persons eligible for these services must live in Warren County, meet income guidelines, and be uninsured or under-insured. It is important to remember that early detection of cancer is the best protection.

Education Programs-Programs on a variety of topics including, but not limited to: cancer awareness and prevention, nutrition and physical activity, sun safety, tobacco and heart disease. These programs are free for any venue including faith based, schools, employers, non-profit and community based organizations, camps, social clubs, and nutrition sites. All education programs can be provided at any location with very flexible program hours.

Sussex Warren Chronic Disease Coalition- The Coalition is dedicated to the implementation of evidence/practice-based policy, environmental and system change intervention to reduce the state’s cancer burden and improving health outcomes for people with, or at risk for, cancer and other chronic diseases. The Coalition is committed to maintaining a diverse partnership of community members and agencies. The group meets on a quarterly basis. All are welcome to attend. Anyone interested in joining the Coalition should email for the meeting calendar.

The program also receives funding from Susan G. Komen North Jersey for our Warren County Breast Health Awareness Project – Which provides a culturally responsive approach to increase knowledge of early screening throughout Warren County, with a special emphasis on low-income, minority women.

Cancer Education and Early Detection Program

350 Marshall Street

Phillipsburg NJ 08865

908-387-9888- Telephone



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Program Director

Gladys Kowalski

Program Director

Warren County