PSE Step 1 Engage

At the time of this initiative, West Virginia ranked third and fourth in the country, respectively, for new cases of lung cancer and deaths from lung cancer. The Mountains of Hope Comprehensive Cancer Coalition prioritized lung cancer screening in the 2016-2020 West Virginia Cancer Plan and…
Before implementation of this project, the State Tobacco Quit Line had been accessed by less than 0.5% of estimated tobacco users in Central Oregon. Partners addressed underutilization by supporting electronic referral of tobacco-using primary care patients.
The New York State Department of Health engaged community partners and built support for paid leave policies for cancer screenings in worksites, which resulted in numerous entities implementing paid time off policies.
At the time of this initiative, New Hampshire ranked high on the list of states for rates of new melanoma diagnoses. Research shows that early exposure to carcinogenic ultraviolet rays, emitted by indoor tanning devices which are easily accessible to teens, can increase the risk of developing skin…
Due to high rates of colorectal cancer (CRC) incidence and low screening rates in Kentucky, the Kentucky Cancer Consortium launched a focused initiative to improve CRC screening rates in the state.
The Iowa Cancer Consortium worked with numerous partners to raise awareness of radon, provide radon testing and mitigation services, and identify community-based resources for low-income residents.
A collective effort by the Florida Department of Health, community partners, and health service entities resulted in the creation of a statewide certification program for community health workers.
This guide provides tools and technologies for multisector collaboration.
This toolkit provides guidance for creating a partnership among different organizations to address a common goal.
This curated collection of coalition tools and resources provides valuable steps on organizing, guiding, evaluating, and sustaining coalitions.