The National Cervical Cancer Coalition (NCCC) was founded in 1996 as a grassroots nonprofit organization dedicated to serving women with, or at risk for, cervical cancer and HPV disease. In 2011, NCCC merged with American Sexual Health Association (ASHA), a nonprofit with a long history of educating and raising awareness on sexual health issues.

NCCC has thousands of members around the world, and chapters across the U.S.

Our Mission

To help women, family members and caregivers battle the personal issues related to cervical cancer and HPV and to advocate for cervical health in all women by promoting prevention through education about early vaccination and regular screening.

NCCC Services and Resources

You are not alone

For patients diagnosed with cervical cancer and survivors, stories from others who have been through the same experience can be a source of comfort and support, and occasionally offer guidance on how to manage the experience.  Explore the insights and experiences of patients and survivors who have shared their stories with us.


NCCC Local Chapters

Working in Your Community

NCCC local chapters all across the country. Chapters sponsor events throughout the year, with a special focus on Cervical Health Awareness Month in January. Local chapters often need volunteers to increase their effectiveness in educational efforts, awareness raising as well as fundraising campaigns. Please feel free to contact your local chapter leader to offer help and support.

What's New in HPV and Cervical Cancer Prevention

Educating Patients Leads to Better Health Outcomes

NCCC's parent organization, ASHA, offers downloadable patient education materials in English and Spanish on a range of sexual health topics, including HPV and cervical cancer.