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Resources and guidance for Oregon Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) and Healthy Communities county and tribal grantees working on tobacco-related policy, systems, and environment changes in their communities.
Information, resources, and guidance related to statewide legislation, passing community-wide tobacco control policy, and supporting adoption of tobacco-free policies in a variety of local settings.
Community-Wide Public Policy
Institutional/Setting-Specific Tobacco-Free Policy
CDC's Best Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs - 2014 is an evidence-based guide to help plan and establish effective tobacco control programs.
Best Practices User Guide: Putting Evidence into Practice in Tobacco Prevention and ControlEvidence-Based Strategies for Reducing Tobacco Use: A Guide for CCOs
Guidance on integrating the Oregon Tobacco Quit Line and other cessation supports within policy projects, promoting the Quit Line, and developing referral systems. Oregon Tobacco Quit Line comparison to Quit For Life
Resources and information to support grantees through all phases of local and statewide media advocacy campaigns.
TPEP Characteristics and Successes of County Programs
This PowerPoint presentation and briefing document are supporting materials to help describe the report findings to audiences interested in the effectiveness of local TPEPs.
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