Targeting Cancer in Blacks (TCiB): TCiB focuses on both male and female populations aged 19 to older than 65 years of age. The purpose is to dispel misconceptions that are prevalent in the community about cancer screenings and increase knowledge through a culturally competent and engaging intervention that takes place in various social avenues, such as barbershops, hair salons, and churches.
National Breast and Cervical Cancer Early Detection Program (NBCCEDP): NBCCEDP is an ongoing program through the Centers for Disease Control that includes all women in screening and preventive services, as well as providing support for health professionals to successfully reach these populations.
Woman to Woman: Woman to Woman is a 16-month intervention that targets Hispanic woman (40-65) at work sites, but the program can also be expanded to other settings, such as religious organizations, and public housing. The intervention uses peer health advisors as facilitators to promote health screening as a social norm.
Prevention Care Management: Prevention Care Management intervention serves as a client reminder for scheduled appointments that uses communication between providers and patients to increase preventive services and screenings utilization by Black and Hispanic woman, aged 40-65 using community health centers.