The Cancer Resource Guide of North Central Florida
 

The Cancer Resource Guide for North Central Florida

Get the help you need through The Cancer Resource Guide for North Central Florida.

The Guide is a valuable tool for cancer patients, survivors, caregivers and family members.

We strive to keep listings current, accurate and relevant. Previously available only in print, The Cancer Resource Guide is now available online as a public service of North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative, WellFlorida Council and the Florida Department of Health Cancer Control Program.

North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative

The purpose of the North Central Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NCFCCC) is to improve access to cancer care and reduce the burden of cancer on residents of North Central Florida.

NCFCCC encompasses 11 predominantly rural counties: Alachua, Bradford, Dixie, Gilchrist, Lafayette, Levy, Union, Putnam, Columbia, Hamilton and Suwannee. Active NCFCCC members include safety net healthcare facilities (i.e., Federally-Qualified Health Centers, county health departments, rural health clinics), rural primary care practices, hospices, hospitals and a variety of community stakeholder groups.

Through online training presentations, successful grant applications, regional cancer data and communications tools (such as this online Guide, a members' Listserve and The Cancer Resource Blog), NCFCCC supports the region's cancer community with resources, networking opportunities and education.

The Cancer Resource Blog

A blog primarily for local cancer-related healthcare professionals and stakeholders, The Cancer Resource Blog is intended to share information about grants, partnering opportunities, available resources, workshops and more.

Topics have included: screening recommendations for prostate and breast cancer, opportunities to earn CEUs, local cancer-related meetings, workshop announcements and requests for study participants.

Post your information and see what others in the North Central Florida cancer community are doing by visiting the Cancer Resource Blog.