Tobacco Prevention Project

TYA4TC Project Service Area:  Lake County Mendocino County Sonoma County GOAL: Reduce Native Peoples’ exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS), thirdhand smoke (THS) from commercial tobacco products and marijuana. OBJECTIVE: Reduce smoking of commercial tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) and marijuana in Native homes. RESULT: Native households will receive culturally-tailored, CIMCC Native Smoke-Free Home support, and follow-up. ACTION REQUESTED: 
  • SUPPORT SMOKE-FREE HOMES IN YOUR TRIBAL COMMUNITY.
  • IDENTIFY A TRIBAL MEMBER TO SERVE ON THE PROJECT ADVISORY COUNCIL.
Introductory Video by the Tribal Youth Ambassadors for Tobacco Control Note: This video is password protected. For access, please email cimcc.interns@gmail.com https://vimeo.com/734791539

WELCOME TO THE TRIBAL YOUTH AMBASSADORS FOR TOBACCO CONTROL PROJECT!

HONOR THE AIR is part of the Tribal Youth Ambassadors for Tobacco Control Project of the California Indian Museum and Cultural Center (CIMCC). The Project works to reduce Native Peoples’ contact with secondhand smoke (SHS) and thirdhand smoke (THS) from commercial tobacco products and marijuana.

TYA4TC PROJECT SERVICE AREA:
  • Lake County
  • Mendocino County
  • Sonoma County
GOAL: 
  • Reduce Native Peoples’ exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) and thirdhand smoke (THS) from commercial tobacco products and marijuana.
OBJECTIVE: 
  • Reduce smoking of commercial tobacco products (including e-cigarettes) and marijuana in Native homes.
RESULT: 
  • Native households will receive culturally-tailored, CIMCC Native Smoke-Free Home support, and follow-up.
ACTION REQUESTED: 
  • Support smoke-free homes in your tribal community.
  • Identify a tribal member to serve on the project advisory council.
  • Enroll in our Honor the Air Program and receive a welcome packet and incentives for your participation. 
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