Picture of Health


Picture of Health

Screen with pride. Get your picture of health.  

We provide free breast screens to women and trans and gender diverse people with no breast symptoms. Regular breast screens are the best way to find breast cancer early.  

BreastScreen Victoria is Rainbow Tick accredited, meaning we are committed to offering a safe, inclusive, and welcoming service to LGBTI+ and trans and gender diverse people.  

Check your eligibility  

You should screen every two years if you are aged 50 to 74.  

Trans and gender diverse people can have a unique set of factors that may affect risk. Check your eligibility and ask your doctor about your personal risk factors and if you need screening.  

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Picture of Health is a partnership between BreastScreen Victoria and Thorne Harbour Health to encourage more LGBTI+ community members to have regular breast screens. LGBTI+ people are less likely to have had a breast screen, and we want to change that. 

Meet our ambassadors

Our Picture of Health ambassadors Brenda, Ricki, Caroline and Deb share the importance of screening and urge others to check their eligibility. 


Spread the word

Share our social media tiles, posters, and videos with your friends, family, and communities.  

Green Picture of Health featuring Deb

Purple Picture of Health tile featuring Ricki.

Share these social media tiles on your social media channels, along with this message:

“LGBTI+ people are less likely to have had a breast screen, and we want to change that. Screen with pride and get your picture of health. Check your eligibility at breastscreen.org.au/pictureofhealth or call 13 20 50.”

Please remember to tag us and use the hashtag #PictureOfHealth.

@BreastScreenVic on Facebook
@breastscreenvictoria on Instagram
@BreastScreenVic on Twitter


Picture of Health poster red Brenda

Picture of Health poster green Caroline







Unfortunately not. Between 6pm on Friday 17 June and approximately 8pm on Sunday 19 June, you will not be able to make an online booking or view your MyBreastScreen account.  

You are welcome to make a breast screen appointment via our online bookings system before 6pm on Friday 17 June or after 8pm on Sunday 19 June.

Alternatively, phone bookings will be available as normal from Monday 20 June. Please call 13 20 50 between 8:30–5pm to book your appointment via phone.

No, this important upgrade does not impact our screening services. Screening appointments will not be impacted. 

If your breast screening appointment is this weekend and you need to cancel or change it on the day,  please call 13 20 50 to hear the direct contact number of your clinic. You will need to contact them directly.

However, if your appointment is after the outage period (1719 June), phone support will be available as normal from Monday 20 June. Please call 13 20 50 between 8:30–5pm.

Yes, the outage will only impact our online bookings system. You will still be able to access our website and key information such as eligibility criteria, locations and resources. 

Please contact us via your preferred channel and we will do our best to assist. 

Social media support is available between 8:304:30pm, Monday to Friday. Our Facebook page can be found here.

Alternatively, please call 13 20 50 to speak to us via phone. Phone support is available between 8:30-5pm, Monday to Friday. 

Book at breastscreen.org.au or call 13 20 50