Network Members & Responsibilities

As a committed member or partner within the SelfMade Health Network, you have pledged to take an active role in advancing our mission and to join groups around the country to make a difference.

In general, Network Core Member organizations agree to:

  • Learn about the mission, target audience and goals of the SelfMade Health Network
  • Connect SelfMade Health Network with the appropriate staff within member’s organization that will be engaged in activities (may be more than one)
  • Subscribe to social, email or web-based tools to stay up to date with SelfMade Health Network updates and to share with member’s audience
  • Report and Log all activities or campaigns in support of SelfMade Health Network mission
  • Share member activities for listing in SelfMade Health Network membership news materials
  • Engage and participate in developing membership strategic plans and policy priorities
  • Share local community tobacco-related or cancer prevention news with SelfMade Health Network staff as appropriate
  • Learn about and engage with other SelfMade Health Network core members, Network Dissemination Partners, and Peer-to-Peer Learning Network Partners
  • Proudly display SelfMade Health Network membership status on public materials, as appropriate
  • Participate in at least two membership events per year
  • Other actions as necessary to help ensure a seamless progression from the development and delivery of evidence-based interventions to community translation and eliminate tobacco and cancer health disparities

Core Members

Atlanta Black Chambers

Atlanta, Georgia

Cox Medical Center Branson

Branson, Missouri

Dimensions Healthcare System

Cheverly, Maryland

Goodwill Industries of Arkansas

Little Rock, Arkansas

Northern Dauphin County YMCA Branch

Elizabethville, Pennsylvania 

Northwest Georgia Regional Cancer Coalition, Inc.

Rome, Georgia

NOVA Southeastern University – School of Health Sciences

Wilton Manors, Florida
Tobacco Prevention Program

Ohio State University Comprehensive Cancer Center

Columbus, Ohio
Center for Cancer Health Equity

South Carolina Community Health Worker Association

Columbia, South Carolina

Talking Tobacco

Maine

Texas Department of State Health Services

Texas

United Counseling Service

Bennington, Vermont

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Department of Health Promotion Sciences, College of Public Health,

University of Oklahoma Health Sciences Center

Department of Biostatistics and Epidemiology, College of Public Health

Utah Department of Health

Utah
Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

Vermont Department of Health

Vermont
Division of Health Promotion and Disease Prevention

Cancer Alliance of Marion County

Ocala, Florida

Medical Oasis Corporation

Orange Park, Florida

North Texas Association of Occupational Health Nurses

Texas

Ohio Disability and Health Program

Columbus, Ohio

Tennessee Cancer Consortium

Brentwood, Tennessee

Network Dissemination Partners

Kentucky Coalition of Nurse Practitioners & Nurse Midwives

Louisville, Kentucky

Maine Coalition to Fight Prostate Cancer

Augusta, Maine

Suwannee River Area Health Education Center

Alachua, Florida

Alabama Department of Public Health

Alabama

Mountains of Hope Cancer Coalition

Morgantown, West Virginia

Peer-to-Peer Learning Network Partners

Delaware State University

Dover, Delaware
Department of Public and Allied Health

Diversity Matters

Kimberly, Wisconsin

Iowa Cancer Consortium

Coralville, Iowa

Virginia Department of Health

Virginia

Washington State Department of Health

Washington

National Cervical Cancer Coalition – Northern Virginia

Dumfries, Virginia