CCC Implementation Grants Program

The WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Program periodically solicits projects for funding through the CCC Implementation Grants Program. The CCC Implementation Grants Program funds local projects to address components of the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan. Summaries of past requests for applications can be found below. Please stay tuned for project findings.

2016 CCC Implementation Grants to Increase Access to Quality Cancer Care

The Wisconsin Comprehensive Cancer Control Program is pleased to offer funding to "CCC Implementation Grants to Increase Access to Quality Cancer Care" recipients.  Funds awarded support the implementation of Priority 9, "Increase Access to Quality Cancer Care and Services", in the WI CCC Plan 2015-2020, as well as one or more of the cross cutting issues. Organizations who were awarded funding in the 2016 grant cycle include:

ABCD: After Breast Cancer Diagnosis

G-E-T Support

Ho-Chunk Nation Health Department

Memorial Medical Center Foundation

Scenic Bluffs Community Health Center

2015 CCC Implementation Grant Program: Implementation of the WI Comprehensive Cancer Control Plan 2015-2020

The 2015 CCC Implementation Grant Program provided funds to local projects that address cancer prevention and control efforts in Wisconsin linked directly to the priorities or strategies in the WI CCC Plan 2015-2020. The projects were implemented from April 2015 – October 2016 in community based organizations, healthcare systems, health departments, and other health related agencies around the state. Organizations who earned funding in the 2015 grant cycle can be found below; you can click on each name to learn more about their project.

Agnesian Cancer Center

Diverse and Resilient, Inc. 

Honoring Choices Wisconsin

Indianhead's Community Action Agency 

Milwaukee Consortium for Hmong Health 

Shawano-Menominee Counties Health Department 

More information can be found here


If you have questions regarding the CCC Implementation Grants Program contact Project Coordinator Allison Antoine - [email protected]