The three cancer programs ? Indiana Breast and Cervical Cancer Program (IN-BCCP), the Indiana Comprehensive Cancer Control Program (ICCCP), and the Indiana State Cancer Registry (ISCR) ? at the Indiana State Department of Health have combined efforts and resources aimed at lowering the incidence and mortality rates of cancer in Indiana. The IN-BCCP (Program 1) provides breast and cervical cancer screening services to uninsured and under-insured women and implements key evidence-based strategies to reduce structural barriers to screening within health systems. The ICCCP (Program 2) strengthens program management, leadership, and collaboration across the cancer programs; and supports cancer coalition efforts that leverage resources to plan and implement evidence-based strategies to promote the primary prevention of cancer, support cancer early detection efforts, address the needs of cancer survivors, and promote health equity. The ISCR (Program 3) performs surveillance activities that ensure accurate and timely collection, maintenance, and provision of data for use by internal and external partners and researchers. Additionally, the ISCR is proposing a pilot public health prevention surveillance project related to the collection of cervical cancer precursors.By receiving the funding from CDC-RFA-DP17-1701: Cancer Prevention and Control Programs for State, Territorial, and Tribal Organizations, Indiana will reduce the incidence and mortality of cancer within the state. Great strides have been made throughout the state already, with more on the horizon. By combining efforts with other internal and external partners, the cancer programs work towards a healthier tomorrow.