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Other organizations that are not directly associated with an LLA may be providing tobacco control services in your community. Their collaboration can provide more opportunities to strengthen the tobacco prevention efforts in your schools.
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California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP): Coordinating Centers

​CTCP funds entities that lead efforts in coordinating activities and resources dedicated to addressing health disparities related to the use of commercial tobacco use.

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Department of Justice (DOJ) ​Tobacco Prevention Grants

​​​​​Throughout the state, the DOJ Tobacco Use Prevention Grant funds agencies to carry out prevention and enforcement efforts to reduce illegal tobacco sales and tobacco use among minors. ​​

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Tobacco-Related Disease Research Program (TRDRP)

TRDRP is one of the three state agencies that work together towards a tobacco-free California by supporting critical research to inform the state’s tobacco control activities​​​.

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California School-Based Hea​lth Alliance (CSHA)

The School-Based Health Alliance works to improve the health of children and youth by advancing and advocating for school-based health care. Their vision is that all children and adolescents are healthy and achieving their fullest potential.

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 Additional Partners and Resources

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American Heart Association

​​The American Heart Association is an organization that actively engages in tobacco control efforts.
Tobacco Control Areas of Focus:

  • Smoke-Free housing and public spaces
  • Tobacco product regulation
  • Increasing tobacco tax

To find the office nearest you, click on the "In Your Community" tab​ on their header and type in your zip code.​​

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American Lung Association

​​​The ​American Lung Association​ is also well-known for working on tobacco control related issues, including advocacy work, prevention, and cessation services. 
​​Their website provides many ready to use materials to help with tobacco control efforts.​​

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American Cancer Society

​​​The American Cancer Society is another nationwide tobacco control partner involved in advocacy and other tobacco control efforts.
Tobacco Control Areas of Focus:​

  • Great American Smokeout Campaign
  • Smoke-Free spaces
  • Prevention and cessation
  • Regulation of products

Visit their website to learn more about local efforts.​

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Public Health Law Center

The Public Health Law Center website provides helpful resources to navigate commercial tobacco control policy.

Tobacco control topics include: menthol, taxation, tobacco retail licensing, sales, and more.

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