Santa Clara County CPPW Tobacco Prevention Evaluation Briefs Now Available

The Santa Clara County Public Health Department’s Center for Chronic Disease and Injury Prevention released two briefs in conjunction with the release of the 50th Anniversary of the Surgeon General's Report on Smoking and Health. These two evaluation briefs highlight the accomplishments and lessons learned related to Santa Clara County’s Communities Putting Prevention to Work Tobacco Prevention Initiative. The two briefs specifically focus on interventions implemented within cities and counties, and college campuses. The briefs can be viewed and downloaded below or also from the public health website at www.sccphd.org/tobacco.

SCC_CPPW_Cities%20Brief_FINAL_8.30.2013.pdf

SCC_CPPW_College%20Campus%20Brief_FINAL_8.30.2013.pdf

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Tags: CA-Santa Clara County, California, Community Stories, Lessons Learned, Reducing Secondhand Smoke, Smoke-free, Tobacco Prevention, Tobacco Retail

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