Outreach Project Examples
They Count on You, You Can Count on Us Campaign
The Community Preventive Services Task Force has found multiple interventions to be effective at increasing breast and cervical cancer screening. The Care for Yourself Program implements many of these interventions within the structure of the program including small media, group education, one-on-one education, reducing structural barriers, reducing client out of pocket costs, and the use of community health workers (like you!). This toolkit was designed to assist you in promoting the Care for Yourself Program’s benefits as well as the unique assets that you as a program coordinator bring to your community.
They Count on You, You Can Count On Us Campaign Toolkit
Care for Yourself Brand Identity Guidelines
Age Expansion Announcement
The Care for Yourself Program has provided free or low-cost breast and cervical cancer screening to eligible individuals for over 25 years. Now, the statewide program is announcing an expansion to its eligibility age to include individuals aged 21-39. This change ensures individuals ages 21 and older are able to access life-saving cancer screening.
Share this exciting news with your networks!
This one page infographic provides a high level explaination of the Care for Yourself - Breast and Cervical Cancer Program.
One Page Infographic
Rural populations are a high priority for the Care for Yourself Program. Rural Iowans face several challenges to screening including lack of providers, long distances to health care offices, and varying employment opportunities. Use these resources to engage rural populations in life saving cancer screening.
Rural Outreach Images
Rural Outreach Toolkit - Coming Soon!
Clinical and Community Posters
Cancer Doesn't Wait. Screening Shouldn't Either
Through a partnership with Grace Fitness, Zakiya Jenkins produced the following six series podcast for Black Health Matters. This podcast discusses the importance of cancer screening through interviews with leaders throughout the community.
Black Health Matters
Screening Events and Group Education
Social Media Resources
Find easy to use social media messages for 2019 from the Iowa Cancer Consortium here.
January is cervical cancer awareness month. The social media toolkit from the GW Cancer Center is available here.
October is breast cancer awareness month. The social media toolkit from the GW Cancer Center is available here.
Promote the Iowa Cancer Plan through these social media messages.