Collaboration is at the heart of the Kentucky Cancer Program. The Kentucky Cancer Program is a statewide cancer prevention and control program affiliated with the University of Kentucky/Markey Cancer Center and the University of Louisville/Brown Cancer Center. At the heart of KCP, is the engagement and collaboration of local organizations, providers and partners in planning, implementing and evaluating cancer prevention and control activities. These partnerships propel our mission to reduce cancer incidence and mortality through education, research, and service programs. Delivery of these services is provided by regional cancer control specialists serving all 120 counties in Kentucky.
Plan to be Tobacco Free is a program to help Kentuckians learn which smoking cessation programs are available and assist them with deciding which option is best for them. The FREE one-time class is conducted by KCP Tobacco Treatment Navigators at worksites and in community locations for individuals who use tobacco, their friends and family. Participants will learn about tobacco cessation products, assess personal habits, and develop a customized quit plan. Fill out the form or contact your KCP representative to schedule a program or to enroll in an upcoming session.
KCP has produced the Pathfinder for more than 25 years as a community service to Kentuckians who are seeking cancer prevention, screening, treatment, and support resources. For more information or assistance, contact a KCP regional office.
Kentucky Cancer Consortium (KCC) is a statewide comprehensive cancer control coalition of more than two dozen organizations committed to reducing the significant cancer burden in our state.
This video examines effective medications and behavioral strategies available today to help tobacco users give up smoking for good and improve their health. Part of KET's ongoing Smoking Cessation initiative funded in part by the Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky.
Learn how to talk with your tobacco treatment program participants, patients and families about the combined risk of tobacco smoke and radon exposure.
Survivors, care givers and heath care professionals receive information and updates on survivorship topics, upcoming events and activities.
In this two-day virtual workshop we explored nutrition, physical activity and the cancer survivor population across the continuum of cancer care. We heard from experts about the research surrounding nutrition and physical activity and how to address these issues with cancer patients. Additionally, we highlighted community-clinical linkages that support community partners and health systems working together, and discussed how patient navigation strengthens community-clinical linkages, leading survivors to appropriate support services.
The Targeted Colon Cancer Outreach Program (TCCOP) is a statewide education and outreach program designed to spread the word about the importance of colon cancer screening.Learn More
A series of comprehensive guides to cancer services and resources in each of the state’s 15 Area Development Districts.Learn More
These easy-to-read fact sheets from the Kentucky Cancer Program at the University of Kentucky can be downloaded and duplicated in color or black and white for distribution at community events.Learn More
Plan to be Tobacco Free is a free program to help Kentuckians learn which smoking cessation programs are available and assist them with deciding which option is best for them.Learn More
Regional Cancer Control Specialists are located throughout the state to serve Kentuckians on a community level.Learn More