Welcome to the Tribal Community Coordinating Center

Addressing the impact of commercial tobacco in the California Tribal Community.

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Advocacy

Leadership development, policy, and advocacy tools can be found here.

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Resources

Here you can find videos, fact sheets, and flyers. Find the right materials to inform your community.

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News

Get the latest updates and check out the community calendar of events.

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Tribal Partners

CTCP-funded tribal grantees have exclusive access to this collection of guides, trainings, and other resources.

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Educational Materials & Resources

 

Smokefree Homes

Learn more about how to reduce exposure to secondhand and thirdhand smoke at home.

Smokefree Homes Resources 
 

Youth and Families

Find more information on how to protect youth and families from the detrimental effects of commercial tobacco.

Youth and Families Resources 
 

TECC

TECC has a number of educational materials for American Indian populations available for free download.

TECC Resources 

About TCCC

Providing culturally appropriate guidance and assistance to California Indian Tribes to access and implement tobacco-related programs.

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News and Events

TCCC Policy Platform Webinar

May 11, 2022 | 10-11:30am PST

We will use this time to introduce our new program staff, provide an overview of Tribal tobacco projects, our culturally appropriate policy platform laying out four priorities for reducing commercial tobacco use and exposure while respecting the value of traditional tobacco in California tribal communities, and engage attendees in discussing our priorities.

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Rincon Tribal Tobacco Awareness Project

Community Engagement Coordinator

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.


Rincon Tribal Tobacco Awareness Project Careers 
 

Lake County Tribal Health Consortium

Community Engagement/Outreach Coordinator

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.


Community Engagement/Outreach Coordinator Job Description and Application 
 

Pala Band of Mission Indians

Career Opportunities

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.


Career Opportunities with Pala Band of Mission Indians