Partners in health
Healthcare providers partner with the Colorectal Cancer Alliance to leverage resources and expertise in promoting colon and rectal health to prevent colorectal cancer. The partner can enhance patient care, raise awareness, and contribute to better outcomes against this disease.
Ways to partner
Improve patient outcomes by referring patients to Alliance screening or patient navigators. We provide patients, caregivers, and families with psychosocial, financial, and other personalized support.
Donate colorectal screening options like colonoscopies and FIT kits to those in need.
Disseminate resources for patients in your waiting rooms and at events.
Reduce the incidence of colorectal cancer in your community by sponsoring an Alliance Walk to End Colon Cancer, Blue Hope Bash, or screening event; qualify for Alliance grants to remove access barriers to screening and treatment.
Benefits of partnership
Here are a few examples of how your healthcare organization or practice can benefit from partnering directly with the Alliance.
- Learn from and connect with other Alliance local and national partners committed to ending colorectal cancer.
- Quarterly newsletter with updates from Alliance on programs and services.
- Priority consideration for research grants and engagement opportunities, including screening events.
- Discount admission to Alliance sponsored events and conferences, including our annual AllyCon conference, which brings together hundreds of patients, caregivers, and families.
Contact us today to start the conversation on how you can become a Colorectal Cancer Alliance partner.
In 2021, Gastro Florida sponsored the Tampa Bay Walk to End Colon Cancer, directly supporting the Alliance's mission and funding local screening initiatives.
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