National Chlamydia Coalition
The National Chlamydia Coalition (NCC) convened in 2008 to address the
high burden of chlamydia in adolescents and young adults by promoting
equal access to comprehensive and quality health services. NCC members,
comprised of national non-profit organizations, health care professional
associations, advocacy groups, health insurers, and local, state, and
federal government representatives, work together to educate providers, policy-makers, and the public about screening, timely treatment, partner services, and policies that ensure access to chlamydia screening and treatment for all populations, especially adolescents and young adults. ACNM serves on the Provider Education Committee.