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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
TECC has a number of educational materials for American Indian populations available for free download.TECC Resources
Providing culturally appropriate guidance and assistance to California Indian Tribes to access and implement tobacco-related programs.About Us
The Tribal Community Coordinating Center, in partnership with the California Tobacco Control Program, is hosting a virtual three-day Tribal Projects Meeting and Showcase Event.
The role of the Community Engagement Coordinator is vital to the efficient functioning and support of the Rincon Youth Coalition and Rincon Tribal Tobacco Awareness Project.
The Community Engagement/Outreach Coordinator (CEOC) will be in charge of completing activities to conduct the need assessments and develop the two proposed policies for the project. CEOC works with and seeks to broaden community engagement in tobacco control efforts.
The Pala Band of Mission Indians is committed to providing challenging and rewarding career opportunities. For more information, please contact the Pala Human Resources Department.