The TCCC Policy Platform declares a vision for those policy, system, and environmental changes that tribes have identified are most important to reducing and eliminating tobacco use and secondhand smoke exposure in their communities.
The primary purpose of the Policy Platform will be to inform local and state partners, stakeholders, and policy leaders about key tobacco-related policy, system, and environmental changes that have been prioritized by tribes.
The TCCC Policy Platform will be a living document that will periodically be reviewed and revised by key stakeholders.
The Leadership Development Program (LDP) is a comprehensive 3-day interactive online training that addresses unique challenges of delivering culturally respectful tobacco prevention programming for tribal communities.
CTCP tribal grantee staff are eligible to participate. For more information, please log into the Tribal Partners area of our website.
The Learning Institutes are a series of regional workshops designed to increase awareness of tobacco-related information that would be relevant to CTCP tribal grantee staff. Potential topics include cultural use of tobacco, commercial tobacco marketing, social determinants of health, and emerging tobacco products.
For more information, please log into the Tribal Partners area of our website.
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