Our Partners

NAATPN has a network of strategic partners specially positioned to support strategies to eliminate health disparities.

AATCLC is comprised of seasoned multi-disciplined, nationally recognized tobacco control leaders from the fields of public health, public policy, community-based interventions, media advocacy, and research.

Prostate health education focused on African American men. PHEN’s mission includes advocacy efforts to increase the overall support and resources to wage a war on prostate cancer that will eventually lead to a cure for the disease.

UAB Comprehensive Cancer Center community outreach focuses on cancer disparities and healthy lifestyle programs in medically underserved communities in Alabama and Mississippi.

CrescentCare brings caregivers and the community together as partners in health and wellness for all. Their experience builds on more than 30 years of impact through their founding organization, NO/AIDS Task Force.

ACI3 Media creates and provide prepackaged airtime ready content designed to empower people, particularly Communities of Color.

CDC National Networks: Tobacco

In 2013, The CDC’s Office of Smoking and Health and the Division of Cancer Prevention and Control (DCPC) collaborated to fund a consortium of population-specific, public health-oriented, national networks to impact tobacco related and cancer health disparities among specific target populations. Each network is expected to target specific subgroups experiencing tobacco-related and cancer health disparities with proven and promising strategies designed to address those disparities.

The National Networks listed below have each been awarded a cooperative agreement from CDC/OSH/DCPC to address tobacco-related and cancer health disparities in their respective populations:


The CDC’s Division of HIV/AIDS Prevention (DHAP) and the Prevention Communication Branch (PCB) funds a group of national organizations to promote its science-based social marketing campaign Act Against AIDS. This initiative promotes awareness, education, and targeted behavior change under an evidence-based framework and brand in order to combat complacency about HIV and AIDS in the United States.

The initiative, entitled Partnering and Communicating Together (PACT) to Act Against AIDS, focuses on populations most affected by HIV: African Americans, Hispanic/Latinos, and gay, bisexual and other men who have sex with men (MSM).  All PACT awardees will utilize their existing organizational structures, networks, strategic partnerships and communications platforms to promote the Act Against AIDS campaign.