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California Smokers’ Helpline

California Tribal Community Coordinating Center

  • Technical Assistance Provider to CA Tobacco Control Program Tribal Grantees


California Youth Advocacy Network

  • Youth Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Supports


Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

  • Youth Tobacco Prevention – National

CDC - Tips From Former Smokers Campaign

  • Profiles real people from many different backgrounds impacted by serious long-term health effects from smoking and secondhand smoke exposure. Tips also features compelling stories of the toll these smoking-related conditions have taken on family members.

FDA - Next Legends Campaign

  • A youth e-cigarette prevention campaign that aims to educate AI/AN youth about the harms of vaping

National Institute On Drug Abuse

  • Teachers: Classroom Resources on Drug Effects

Partnership for Drug Free Kids

Stanford Prevention Toolkit

  • Tools for Engaging in Commercial Tobacco Prevention

UNDO: End Tobacco Damage Now

Thirdhand Smoke Resource Center

  • Focus on educating public about the harms of  thirdhand smoke

National Native Network: Keep it Sacred 

  • Native American Activity in Commercial Tobacco Control - National

STOP: A Global Tobacco Industry Watchdog

  • STOP shines the light on major trends, issues and tactics that governments and citizens need to know about, and offers ways to counter the industry.

UCSF Smoking Cessation Leadership Center

  • Webinars and trainings for clinicians to acquire free CME credits

American Cancer Society

  • How to quit using tobacco






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Earth Day 2024

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This year, Earth Day's theme , Planet vs. Plastics, calls on all stakeholders- individuals, busonesses, and governments- to unite in combating plastic pollution and protecting our health.
This movement demands a
60% REDUCTION in plastic production by 2040 & the elimination of single-use plastics by 2030, paving the way for a plastic-free future.
We're taking on the Plastic Pandemic from every angle- political, cultural, and personal.
We believe everyone deserves a health & thriving planet, free from plastic pollution. Our commitment stems from a deep understanding that plastic pollution not only impacts our oceans, our land, our wildlife, but also DIRECTLY affects our own health.


Monthly Awareness

April is National Minority Health Month!

Be the Source for Better Health: Improving Health Outcomes Through Our Cultures, Communities, and Connections

April is National Minority Health Month! This annual observance builds awareness about the health disparities that persist among racial and ethnic minority and American Indian/Alaska Native (AI/AN) populations and encourages everyone to take action to end these inequities.

This year's theme, Be the Source for Better Health: Improving Health Outcomes Through Our Cultures, Communities, and Connections, is about understanding how the unique environments, cultures, histories, and circumstances (known as social determinants of health, or SDOH) of racial and ethnic minority and AI/AN populations impact their overall health.

The U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) Office of Minority Health (OMH) is committed to working with public health and community-based partners to Be the Source for Better Health by providing quality, equitable, and respectful care and services that are responsive to diverse cultural health beliefs and practices, preferred languages, economic and environmental circumstances, and health literacy levels. When patients are provided with culturally and linguistically appropriate information, they are better able to create healthier outcomes for themselves, their families, and their communities.

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