Alaska Native Health Board Trampling tobacco Project
Program Type: Local Effort - Programs and/or activities that have not been evaluated but are identified by local programs as producing positive results.
The purpose of the Trampling tobacco Project is to reduce the addiction, disease and death caused by tobacco use in Alaska. Goals: Protect the public health of rural and urban Alaskans by raising awareness of the harm caused by tobacco use. Prevent initiation of tobacco products by children. Promote tobacco cessation among youth and adults. Support policies which protect nonsmokers from secondhand smoke. Develop resources and tools for rural communities to assist their tobacco prevention efforts.
Name: Annette Marley
Site or Location Name: Trampling Tobacco Project
Phone: (907) 743-6110