In June of 2009, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) provided funding to the Alaska Native Tribal Health Consortium's Alaska Native Epidemiology Center to establish an Alaska Native Trial Health Consortium (ANTHC) Colorectal Cancer Control Program. The goal of this program is to significantly increase CRC screening across the Alaska Tribal Health System with a focus on 50-64 year olds who are low-income and who have inadequate or no health insurance coverage for colorectal cancer screening.
A short, movie production by the CRCCP discussing colorectal cancer prevention and screening.
Click below to view helpful information about colon cancer, health, and screenings.
To access our clinical forms, policies, procedures, and guidelines, click here. Please note these materials are for health care professionals. Information about colon cancer, prevention, and screening can be found in the Program Resources section.
To contact the Colorectal Cancer Program or obtain more information about colon cancer and ways to prevent it, visit our Contact page.
Circle of Health for Alaskans brochure
Alaska Native Medical Center CRC brochure
JoJo Cartoon from the Colorado Cancer Coalition
Awakening Choices Colorectal Cancer booklet
Centers for Disease Control's Screen for Life brochures and PSA's
Prevent Cancer Foundation brochure
Clinical Trials - Interviews of nurses, patients, and survivors from Alaska
Buddy Bracelets and accompanying CRC screening information cards
Awakening Choices CE activities
Busy People Poster
Love Your Colon Table top display for use at health fairs and other settings (free of charge, contact Alaska Health Fairs, Inc.
ACS Colon Cancer Campaign Worksite Toolkit
CRC Reader's Theater "How To" Script
Each year, ANTHC's CRCCP program invites leading physicians to host workshops in Alaska. Below are several resources from these events.