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The 2003 Florida Statutes

Title XXIX
PUBLIC HEALTH
Chapter 381
PUBLIC HEALTH: GENERAL PROVISIONS
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Section 381.91, Florida Statutes 2003

381.91  Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program.--

(1)  It is the intent of the Legislature to:

(a)  Reduce the rates of illness and death from lung cancer and other cancers and improve the quality of life among low-income African-American and Hispanic populations through increased access to early, effective screening and diagnosis, education, and treatment programs.

(b)  Create a community faith-based disease-prevention program in conjunction with the Health Choice Network and other community health centers to build upon the natural referral and education networks in place within minority communities and to increase access to health service delivery in South Florida.

(c)  Establish a funding source to build upon local private participation to sustain the operation of the program.

(2)(a)  There is created the Jessie Trice Cancer Prevention Program, to be located, for administrative purposes, within the Department of Health, and operated from the community health centers within the Health Choice Network in South Florida.

(b)  Funding will be provided to develop contracts with community health centers and local community faith-based education programs to provide cancer screening, diagnosis, education, and treatment services to low-income populations throughout the state. Pilot programs will be initially created in the communities of Goulds, Naranja, Coconut Grove, Liberty City, and East Little Havana in Dade County and Dunbar in Lee County.

History.--s. 31, ch. 2000-367.

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