Tobacco Control

The Collaborative’s Tobacco programs educate, inform and drive policy change for healthier communities across the state. These programs focus on reducing tobacco related health disparities, improve health equity, reduce secondhand smoke in public and non-recreational places and more.

Asian/Pacific Islander Partners & Advocates Countering Tobacco (API PACT) Program

API PACT is a tobacco control program tasked in reducing tobacco related health disparities among Asian/Pacific Islander communities residing in the Central Valley.
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Hispanic Latino Coordinating Center (HLCC)

The LCC’s goal is to improve the overall health of Latinos in California by supporting policy campaigns led by eight funded regional projects throughout the state.
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Leadership in Equity Action and Development (LEAD)

The goal of the LEAD program is to promote and protect a tobacco-free lifestyle for Butte and Yuba County residents.
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Merced County Tobacco Control Program (MCTCP)

MCTCP aims to address tobacco retail availability, reduce access to flavored tobacco products, reduce illegal sales of tobacco to minors, and reduce exposure to secondhand smoke in Merced County.
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Smoke Free North Coast

NorCal 4 Health

NorCal 4 Health's mission is to encourage community planning, policy development and general plan updates that reduce access of tobacco influences and secondhand smoke exposure.
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North State EQUITY

The focus of the EQUITY program is to increase the availability of smoking cessation resources throughout six rural northern California counties.
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RISE – Statewide Rural Coordinating Center

RISE (Rural Initiatives Strengthening Equity) supports rural tobacco projects by leveraging resources, providing leadership training and opportunities, and offering educational materials specifically designed to assist rural communities.
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Regional Advocates Countering Tobacco (ReACT)

ReACT is a tri-county tobacco prevention program with the aim of reducing and preventing tobacco use, and decreasing exposure to secondhand smoke in Fresno, Tulare and Kings Counties.
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STAAND – Gold Country Rural Regional Project

The goal of the STAAND project is to build a young adult coalition and work with jurisdictions, community & technical colleges and programs int the rural Gold Country region, to create policies that will reduce rates of smoking and tobacco use.
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San Bernardino County Tobacco Control Program

In the capacity of Local Lead Agency, the San Bernardino County Tobacco Control Program implements a variety of policy campaigns designed to improve the health of county residents.
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Si Se Puede

Si Se Puede advocates for tobacco control policies that protect the Hispanic / Latino communities of six northern California counties.
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Smoke Free High Country

The Smoke Free High Country Project aims to address retail availability of tobacco and nicotine products and to protect the community from secondhand smoke exposure.
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Unidos Por Salud

Unidos Por Salud is a tobacco prevention program providing services in 7 counties of the Central Valley with the aim of reducing tobacco-related health disparities that exist among the Hispanic/Latino population.
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Youth Making Change Against Tobacco (MCAT)

Youth MCAT is tasked with mobilizing youth to create policy, systems and environmental (PSE) changes in an effort to decrease the availability and promotion of flavored and mentholated tobacco products in their communities of unincorporated Fresno Co
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