Fiscal year 2021 brought many unprecedented challenges and tribulations. A global pandemic ravaged our world and left us picking up the pieces of its devastation. ACC’s latest Annual Report, titled, “Behind the Mask”, is dedicated to those who have faced or fought cancer, Covid-19, or both. Download your copy today and read about: Cancer Control Around the State
The Arkansas Breast Cancer Act was signed on March 11, 1997, which led to the establishment of the Arkansas BreastCare Program. Since 1997, BreastCare has helped Arkansas women get screenings for breast and cervical cancer at no cost. Screening saves lives because cancer found in its early stages is often easier to treat. Learn more
A pathway to hope, strength, and love. . . . . . . . According to the American Cancer Society (ACS), many cancer survivors and their families struggle with financial, physical, and social needs throughout their journey. In an effort to connect survivors and their families to statewide resources, the Arkansas Department of Health (ADH)
The Arkansas Cancer Coalition (ACC) will award community grants in sums ranging from $35,000 to $55,000, to ACC Partners who work to implement evidence-based cancer control strategies that advance specific goals, objectives, and strategies of the Arkansas Cancer Plan (ACP).All grants will be administered on a reimbursement basis over one year, beginning July 1, 2022, and ending June 30, 2023. RFA is
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