Learn how this coalition strengthened San Mateo County’s Tobacco Retail License.
Community organizers engaged residents of Riverside, a Latino-majority city of 330,000, to create a bilingual multi-unit housing (MUH) campaign that resulted in the passage of a 2022 policy requiring all apartment complexes in Riverside to be smokefree.
A coalition based in Glenn County used public outrage about a community event, hosted by a local tobacco retailer, to reinvigorate its coalition, engage the community and build momentum for a new city policy to protect kids from tobacco.
LGBTQ Minus Tobacco is a San Francisco Bay Area nonprofit project that works with lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, queer or questioning (LGBTQ+) and allied community members to prevent tobacco addiction and reduce secondhand smoke exposure.
The Mendocino County Tobacco Control and Prevention Coalition includes more than 30 traditional and nontraditional stakeholders working to make Mendocino County a healthier community.
San Diegans VS. Big Tobacco was launched in spring 2021 after the Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids conducted a community assessment that showed strong support for the state law that was passed in 2020 and eliminates the sale of nearly all flavored tobacco.
The Riverside County Coalition for Tobacco-Free Communities has found a unique way to organize itself that has led to effective ways to carry out the work of the Coalition and to achieving policy success.