CDC provides technical assistance and guidance to NCCCP award recipients through a variety of methods to include technical assistance and training cooperative agreements with national organizations. Through these agreements, CDC partners with national organizations to assess program needs and plan and deliver resources such as webinars, toolkits, in-person trainings and workshops, and one-on-one assistance.
In 2019, CDC funded eight organizations for 5 years to provide structured support services and resources for young breast cancer survivors and metastatic breast cancer patients.
This 5-year multi-component notice of funding opportunity will fund up to 3 recipients with the expertise, capacity, and national reach needed to provide training and technical assistance (TTA) to National Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (NCCCP) award recipients and cancer coalitions.
CDC funds the American Cancer Society and the George Washington Cancer Institute to provide support to comprehensive cancer control programs across the United States, tribes, Pacific Island jurisdictions, and territories.
CDC’s National Network Approach to Preventing and Controlling Tobacco-related Cancers in Special Populations supports a consortium of national networks to address tobacco- and cancer-related health disparities.