- Compadres for Tobacco-Free Los Angeles County is a program funded by California Tobacco Control Program (CTCP) which is a program of the California Department of Public Health. CTCP is the longest running, most comprehensive tobacco control program in the nation. The goal of the Compadres for Tobacco-Free Los Angeles County Project is to eliminate tobacco-related disparities and increase health equity among the Hispanic/Latinx priority population in Los Angeles County through a regional approach.
- Campuses Organized & United for Good Health (COUGH): It is the mission of COUGH, a statewide student-led coalition, to ensure a healthy campus environment free of tobacco and tobacco industry presence. COUGH is committed to promoting, establishing, and sustaining safer and healthier California colleges and universities through tobacco-free policy, education, and cessation.
- CA Tobacco Free Colleges is an information hub for California Colleges and Universities that are looking to affect change on their campus. See the 2019 California College & University Smoke/Tobacco-Free Policy Report Card for more information.