Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP)
CDC’s Colorectal Cancer Control Program (CRCCP) helps states and tribes across the United States increase colorectal (colon) cancer screening rates among men and women aged 50 years and older. An increase in screening rates will reduce illness and death from colorectal cancer.
On September 30, 2015, CDC announced it has awarded a total of $22,800,000 to 24 state health departments, six universities, and one American Indian tribe. Please see the press release.
CDC’s Latest Research
- Costs of colorectal cancer screening provision in CDC’s CRCCP: Comparisons of colonoscopy and FOBT/FIT based screening
- Patients’ and caregivers’ costs for free colonoscopy-based colorectal cancer screening
- Costs of promoting cancer screening: Evidence from CDC’s CRCCP
This manual provides information and tools to replicate the New Hampshire Colorectal Cancer Screening Program patient navigation model.
In Year 1, CRCCP grantees recruited more than 400 clinics to implement evidence-based interventions. On average, colorectal cancer screening rates at partner clinics increased 6%.