The CAP Foundation’s See, Test & Treat® grant supports our flagship program, which offers free cervical and breast cancer screening, with same day results, to women in need. Volunteer pathologists partner with a clinical care team, provide screening and results to women. Additionally, attendees and their families receive health-focused education.
- Reduce barriers to cervical and breast cancer screening
- Increase the number of women receiving these screenings and needed follow-up care
- Further early detection and treatment of cervical and breast cancers
- Decrease anxiety related to test results and potential next steps
Programs are expected to do the following:
- Report results or health outcomes
- Adhere to our Standard Operating Procedures
- Create repeatable programs
- Utilize innovative and sustainable approaches
Open to CAP members who have been invited to apply for a See, Test & Treat grant. All applicants will be considered regardless of age, race, gender, national origin.
The pathologist leader must be part of the on-site health care team providing the diagnostic services at the See, Test & Treat program. Award funding will only be made to a 501(c)3 organization.
- Grant funding up to $20,000
- Focus: Pathologist-led free cervical and breast cancer screenings to medically underserved women throughout the United States
Upon approval, host sites will be invited to apply for a See, Test & Treat grant:
- Review the See, Test & Treat life cycle to see the detailed steps necessary to be a vetted and funded program.
- Fill out our Prescreening Questionnaire to determine if you are ready to host a See, Test & Treat.
- After review, qualified applicants will receive a Grant Application that will be assessed for a decision by our Strategic Programs Committee and reviewed by the Grants Committee to determine funding.