- The Cancer Plan Self-Assessment Tool helps comprehensive cancer control (CCC) program directors and cancer coalition members evaluate their state, territory, tribe, or jurisdiction cancer plan.
- The Collaboration Guide for Pacific Island Cancer and Chronic Disease Programs helps CCC programs and coalitions, and other chronic disease and school-based programs and coalitions, work together.
- The Sun Safety for America’s Youth Toolkit helps CCC programs engage schools in sun safety efforts to reduce skin cancer.
- The Branch Program Evaluation Toolkit helps grantees plan and implement evaluations of their NCCCP-funded programs.
- The Lung Cancer Screening Programs report [PDF-2.6MB] describes how NCCCP grantees can increase awareness about lung cancer screening programs for people who have a high risk for lung cancer.
- To address alcohol as a risk factor for cancer, comprehensive cancer control programs can start or continue important activities to help reduce excessive alcohol use in their communities.
- Skin cancer is the most common form of cancer in the United States. Indoor tanning increases skin cancer risk. The risk of skin cancer increases with each indoor tanning session and is highest among those who start tanning at a younger age. Learn what CCC programs can do about indoor tanning among minors.
- Radon is a radioactive gas that occurs naturally in the environment and can cause cancer. Every year, radon is estimated to cause about 21,000 lung cancer deaths in the United States. Learn what CCC programs can do about radon.
- The Office on Smoking and Health’s Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs is an evidence-based guide to help states plan and establish effective tobacco control programs to prevent and reduce tobacco use.