From the piney woods of east Texas to the Rio Grande valley and the panhandle, CAT members are individuals who work each day to support their cancer clients and visionary planners and researchers seek opportunities to create an effective response that will conquer cancer.
On areas of the map where CAT members are clustered in a city, simply zoom in on the map to view specific locations.
Benefits of Membership
CAT membership represents the many efforts underway to reduce the cancer burden in Texas and includes consumers as well as individuals who represent public and private educational, treatment, research and patient support organizations.
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Increased awareness of the scope of the problem of cancer in Texas and what national, state, and local organizations and partners are doing to address the problem
Access to an organized networking forum of Texas organizations and partners working to address the state’s cancer burden
The ability to serve on state-level work groups to help implement the Texas Cancer Plan
Increased knowledge of funding and technical resources available to assist in local, and community cancer control planning
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CAT MEMBER RESPONSIBILITIES
Represent public, private, nonprofit groups, or themselves as citizens
Regularly attend CAT meetings in person or via conference call
Receive all CAT communications
Provide feedback and vote by consensus
Serve on ad hoc work groups, according to interest
May request letters of support from the CAT for funding, project proposals
Actively participate in one of the CAT Priority Area Work Groups to help implement the Texas Cancer Plan
Members may also volunteer to join one of the following Operational and/or Ad-hoc Subcommittees:
Applications are processed once a month. If you have questions before you receive notification of membership approval, feel free to contact us.