STATEMENT OF NEED

The 2015-2019 Komen Central and Western Oklahoma Community Profile Report is a comprehensive guide to understanding, addressing, and prioritizing breast health needs within our service area. As a result, the Mission Action Plan helps summarize and develop strategies for maximum impact made possible by Komen funding. For the 20115-2019 term, five target counties have been identified and aligned with specific strategies to enhance access to quality and timely breast care. Early detection saves lives.

MISSION ACTION PLAN

OKLAHOMA COUNTY

  1. FY18 Collaborate with local health department and/or health organizations to promote targeted grassroots group/one-on-one education about Breast Self-Awareness among underserved Hispanic/Latino and Black/African American groups in the most need via evidence-based outreach and recruitment strategies linking women 40 and older to the full continuum of care in a quality and timely fashion.
  2. FY18 Grantmaking funding priorities will focus on aligning breast programs to be more accessible to the target population(s) of women ages 40 and older in order to enhance the quantity and quality of breast health care in concert with on-time detection and consistent, documented follow-up according to the full continuum of care model.

COMANCHE COUNTY

  1. FY18 Continue collaborating with local health organizations with the goal of targeting and serving low-income underserved populations.
  2. FY18 Grantmaking funding priorities will focus on aligning breast programs to be more accessible to the target group(s) of women ages 40 and older in order to enhance the quantity and quality of breast health care in concert with on-time detection and consistent, documented follow-up according to the full continuum of care model.

CARTER COUNTY

  1. FY18 Collaborate with local American Indian/Alaska Native (AIAN) tribal health organization whose aim is devoted to serve the breast health needs of AIAN in Carter County by promoting targeted grassroots group/one-on-one education about Breast Self-Awareness via evidence-based outreach and recruitment strategies linking women 40 and older to the full continuum of care in a quality and timely fashion.
  2. FY18 Grantmaking funding priorities will focus on aligning breast programs to be more accessible to the target group(s) of women ages 40 and older in order to enhance the quantity and quality of breast health care in concert with on-time detection and consistent, documented follow-up according to the full continuum of care model.

TEXAS COUNTY

  1. FY18 Continue collaborating with local community groups and health organizations with the goal of serving low-income and linguistically isolated populations.
  2. FY18 Grantmaking funding priorities will focus on aligning breast programs to be more accessible to the target Hispanic/Latina and/or foreign-born women ages 40 and older in order to enhance the quantity and quality of breast health care in concert with on-time detection and consistent, documented follow-up according to the full continuum of care model.

GARFIELD COUNTY

  1. FY18 Collaborate with local health department and/or health organizations to promote targeted grassroots group/one-on-one education about Breast Self-Awareness among underserved Hispanic/Latino and Black/African American groups in the most need via evidence-based outreach and recruitment strategies linking women 40 and older to the full continuum of care in a quality and timely fashion.
  2. FY18 Grantmaking funding priorities will focus on aligning breast programs to be more accessible to the target population(s) of women ages 40 and older in order to enhance the quantity and quality of breast health care in concert with on-time detection and consistent, documented follow-up according to the full continuum of care model.