The selection of resources below can help your state coalition to increase colorectal cancer screening.
- What Can Comprehensive Cancer Control Coalitions Do to Advance 80% in Every Community? Comprehensive cancer control (CCC) programs and coalitions play a critical role in promoting colorectal cancer screening messages and activities in community settings across the United States. This brief contains useful information and resources that will accelerate efforts to improve screening rates in your state, tribal organization, or territory.
- Developing State-Level Colorectal Cancer Coalitions (Roundtables). This webinar was one of the most highly rated workshops from the 2017 Annual Meeting and unveiled the new Guide to the Development of State Level Colorectal Cancer Coalitions and a workbook. The webinar discussed ten tasks that can help coalitions initiate, maintain, and grow their efforts. See the web page for more details and individual worksheets.
- 2019 Colorectal Cancer Screening Messaging Guidebook: Recommended Messaging to Reach the Unscreened. This guidebook provides tested messages to reach populations that are not up to date with colorectal cancer screening. Whether you are targeting rural communities, Hispanic communities, procrastinators or 'busy bees' -- you'll find messages in this guide designed to motivate unscreened people. Companion guidebooks are also available for Asian Americans and Hispanics/Latinos.
- The 80% in Every Community Strategic Plan (2020-2024) provides a focused, action-oriented road map for stakeholders, collaborators, and cross-sector partners. Partners are committed to achieving the shared goal of reaching and exceeding 80% colorectal cancer screening rates in communities across the nation. The plan provides a variety of recommended activities that all stakeholders can use to help define, prioritize, and accomplish their goals.