Funded by a grant from the Centers for Disease Control, through the Florida Department of Health, the Northeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative (NEFCCC) seeks to educate and empower communities on cancer prevention and treatment and collect data to determine the greatest cancer-related needs.
The mission statement of the Northeast Florida Cancer Control Collaborative is to educate and empower the northeast Florida community on cancer prevention, treatment, education, advocacy and research. We cover a seven county area, including Baker, Clay, Duval, Flagler, Nassau, St. Johns, and Volusia counties.
If you are interested in joining the collaborative or would like to be added to the NEFCCC e-mail list to receive e-newsletters and other updates, e-mail email@example.com. The collaborative accomplishes its mission through interventions by workgroups.
The Infrastructure Workgroup uses a coordinated approach among public and private cancer control stakeholders to implement cancer activities in the northeast Florida area. The activities of this workgroup include reviewing the Bylaws and Strategic Planning documents annually, increasing membership, developing and maintaining a communication plan, and increasing awareness of the Cancer Resource Guide. The activities of this workgroup are aligned with goal one of the Florida Cancer Plan.
If interested in joining this workgroup please contact:
Natasha Joshua- firstname.lastname@example.org
The Prevention Workgroup encourages residents of northeast Florida to practice healthy behaviors associated with prevention of cancer or to reduce risk of developing cancer. This workgroup provides education and prevention activities to the community, with their focus currently on sun safety. The activities of this workgroup are aligned with goal two of the Florida Cancer Plan.
If interested in joining this work group please contact:
Julie Merten- email@example.com
Jose Morales- Jose.Morales@flhealth.gov
Quality of Life/ Survivorship
The Quality of Life and Survivorship Workgroup works to ensure that residents of northeast Florida affected by cancer are aware of and have access to quality, appropriate services for quality of life, palliative care, and survivorship. This workgroup partners with local providers to promote events and initiatives aimed at improving quality of life and survivorship activities in our community, in particular the Honoring Choices Florida initiative.
If interested in joining the workgroup please contact:
Paul Clark- firstname.lastname@example.org
NEFCCC meets quarterly. Meeting notes are routinely posted here.