• To provide comprehensive breast, cervical, colorectal and prostate cancer screening and diagnostic services to uninsured/underinsured residents of New Jersey who meet income guidelines with special emphasis on the recruitment and screening of high-risk populations including racial and ethnic minorities. njceed_logo[1]
  • To provide all residents with education related to cancer awareness and healthy behaviors. 

All persons receiving services under this agreement meet the established eligibility criteria:

  1. Have an income that is within 250% of the Federal Poverty Level. (The Federal Poverty Guidelines are issued each year in the Federal Register by the United States Department of Health and Human Services.) A "Declaration of Income Statement" will be required by each program participant.


  2. Have no third party insurance that covers cancer screening services, or be underinsured. As a general rule, persons covered by Medicaid or Medicare are not eligible to receive NJCEED Program services; however, in rare instances where these insurances do not cover cancer screening services, clients can be screened with Program funds if they meet all other eligibility requirements.

*The NJCEED Program remains the payor of last resort.

For program eligibility, call: 1-800-328-3838
Mercer County NJCEED: 609-989-0236

Shiloh CDC
Mercer County NJCEED Program
416 Bellevue Avenue, Suite 401
Trenton, NJ 08618

2016 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% Annual 250% Annual
1 $11,880 $29,700
2 16,020 40,050
3 20,160 50,400
4 24,300 60,750
5 28,440 71,100
6 32,580 81,825
7 36,730 91,825
8 40,890 102,225
Each Additional
Person Over 8
$4,160 10,400

SOURCE: "https://www.federalregister.gov/articles/2016/01/25/2016-01450/annual-update-of-the-hhs-poverty-guidelines#t-1"