Targeted community outreach

The Targeted Community Outreach (TCO) strategy is a community-level approach.
 
This strategy funds activities* to promote and improve prevention and early detection of breast, cervical and colorectal cancer among underserved Coloradans by providing:
  • Education in the community about breast, cervical and colorectal cancer prevention and early detection (including during cancer awareness months), including colorectal education to men.
  • Direct assistance to eligible women to access breast and cervical cancer screening services at a health system.
*These activities target priority populations and identified community subpopulations (see Glossary for definitions).
 
 
 
Strategy start-up activities to be completed by organizations adding the Targeted Community Outreach strategy.
 
This flowchart is a visual description of the Targeted Community Outreach strategy.
 
Technical assistance webinars - Targeted Community Outreach specific
The Cancer Prevention and Early Detection Program hosts monthly technical assistance webinars to share important information about the program.
See the Grant Management resources page to find additional resources for organizations to use to manage and implement the Targeted Community Outreach strategy.