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Placer Tobacco Prevention Coalition

The mission of the Placer Tobacco Prevention Coalition is to support the efforts of the Placer County Tobacco Prevention Program. During the 2014-2017 grant period, the goals of the Coalition are to:
  1. Support the statewide tobacco retail campaign
  2. Support the Placer multi-unit housing second-hand smoke reduction campaign
  3. Foster diverse Coalition membership

Member Roles & Responsibilities

Placer County Tobacco Prevention Coalition members' roles and responsibilities are to: 

  • Attend and actively participate in Coalition meetings
  • Provide feedback on programmatic activities
  • Participate in the development of Coalition characteristics (mission, goals, roles, responsibilities, membership, and diversity)

New Coalition Members

Thank you to all of the new and prospective Coalition members for participating in the FY13-14 Coalition Expectations Survey. Your views will help shape the Coalition priorities over the coming years.

Placer County residents interested in participating in the Coalition, or Coalition activities, should contact the Placer County Tobacco Prevention Program at (530) 889-7141. 

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