California’s Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (CCCP) is housed in the Chronic Disease Surveillance and Research Branch of the California Department of Public Health. CCCP is a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) funded program that provides leadership for, and coordination of, California’s statewide comprehensive cancer control efforts. Comprehensive cancer control is based on the concept that people and organizations working together to identify problems and develop solutions will lead to better use of limited resources and generation of new resources through new partnerships.
To eliminate the cancer burden in California and achieve health equity in cancer care and survivorship through effective partnerships and efficient collaboration.
Partner with the California Cancer Registry to assess the burden of cancer in the state and determine cancer control priorities.
Administer the state cancer control coalition, the California Dialogue on Cancer (CDOC).
Develop and implement the statewide Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan.
California Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan, 2021-2025 is now available! (PDF)