The National Chlamydia Coalition (NCC) was formed in 2008 to address the high burden of chlamydia in adolescents and young adults by promoting equal access to comprehensive and quality health services. Our members include national non-profit organizations, healthcare professional associations, advocacy groups, health insurers, and local, state, and federal government representatives.
The goals of the NCC are:
- Educate providers on the importance of screening, timely treatment, partner services, and re-screening as recommended in current guidelines.
- Educate the public on preventing, screening and treating chlamydia, and preventing re-infection.
- Translate and disseminate research findings to enhance the prevention of chlamydia and its medical and social consequences.
- Develop and promote policies that ensure access to chlamydia screening and treatment for all populations, especially adolescents and young adults.
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