The Flu-FIT and Flu-FOBT Program allows health care providers to increase access to colorectal cancer screening (CRCS) by offering home tests to patients at the time of their annual influenza (flu) vaccination. The program is designed to increase CRCS rates by conveying the importance of screening and getting an annual flu shot. The message to patients is that "just like a flu shot, you need FIT or FOBT every year." Nurses or medical assistants are provided a variety of tools to assist with offering a home FIT or FOBT kit to eligible patients, including visual aids for explaining the test to patients (including foods to avoid to prevent false positive results), simple written instructions for how to self-administer the test, video instructions, and stamped envelopes for completing and returning the kit to the laboratory. These materials are provided in English, Cantonese, Mandarin, Russian, Spanish, and Vietnamese. Nurses are encouraged to use whichever materials they find most useful to encourage patients to complete FIT or FOBT. The Flu-FIT and Flu-FOBT Program is designed for patients aged 50-75 years who are both due for CRCS and receive annual flu shots during primary care visits or at drop-in flu shot clinics. Patients are considered due for CRCS if they have not had one of the following: FOBT or FIT in the past year, a flexible sigmoidoscopy in the past 5 years, or a colonoscopy in the past 10 years.