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Learn more about how to reduce exposure to secondhand and thirdhand smoke at home.Smokefree Homes Resources
Find more information on how to protect youth and families from the detrimental effects of commercial tobacco.Youth and Families Resources
In response to project needs and in the spirit of “virtual” collaboration, CTCP has decided to continue hosting a series of virtual meetings for funded Tribal Projects. This event will be a continuation of the Tribal Welcome Meeting: Shaping Our Future in Tobacco Control that was held on October 7-9, 2020. The overall purpose of the meeting will be to increase knowledge in tobacco control, provide time for networking and “virtual” face to face interactions, share successes, as well as challenges with each other.More Information
Under the supervision of the Project Coordinator for Tobacco Wellness, the Community Engagement Coordinator (CEC) works with and seeks to broaden community engagement in tobacco control efforts.Community Engagement Coordinator Application
The Project Coordinator (PC) is responsible for overseeing the day to day activities of the Tobacco Wellness Project in both Humboldt and Del Norte Counties. The Project Coordinator provides direct administration, supervision, and leadership to the tobacco education program.Project Coordinator Tobacco Wellness Application