Asian Pacific Islander Partners & Advocates Countering Tobacco
Who We Are
The API PACT Program is a regional tobacco prevention program funded through the California Department of Public Health-California Tobacco Control Program.
The program is tasked with reducing tobacco-related health disparities and improving health equity among the Asian Americans, Pacific Islanders, and Native Hawaiians (AANHPI) in a seven (7) county region within the Central Valley including Merced, Mariposa, Madera, Fresno, Tulare, Kings, and Kern.
Support communities with the adoption and implementation of public policies that eliminate the sale of flavored and mentholated tobacco products
Tabacco-Free Public Venues and Events
Support AANHPI organizations with the adoption of tobacco-free policies for outdoor venues, churches, or facilities where AANHPI events take place
Empower Central Valley AANHPI youth to become champions for reducing the impact of tobacco in their communities
- APIPACT-API Tobacco Flavors
- APIPACT-Visalia-Retail factsheet2020
- APIPACT-Tobacco Free Space 2021 English
- APIPACT-Tobacco Free Space 2021 Punjabi
- APIPACT-Tobacco Free Space 2021 Hmong
- APIPACT How Do Visalia Feel About Flavor Tobacco
- APIPACT How Do Livingston Feel About Flavor Tobacco