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Leadership opportunities:

  1. 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.
  2. 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.
  3. 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.

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