Tribal Tobacco Advocacy Toolkit Training

Wednesday, May 19, 2021


The Great Plains Good Health and Wellness Program in collaboration with Missouri Breaks Industries Research, Inc. and The Canli Coalition invite you to the virtual Tribal Tobacco Advocacy Training

Presented by:  Rae O’Leary

May 19, 2021
8 am – 1:30 p.m. MDT

Who Should Attend?

Anyone looking for assistance on educating a tribal community or American Indian population on the dangers of commercial tobacco use and advocating for tobacco policy.

Learning Objectives:

  1.  Identify resources available in the Canli Coalition’s Tribal Tobacco Toolkit.
  2. Learn resources for collecting and sharing data to draft and implement policy and educate your community.
  3. Become comfortable using the toolkit to support your own advocacy for tobacco change.

Take your first step and register today!



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