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The CEH (Communities Energized for Health) project addresses exposure to secondhand smoke where Californians live, work, and play. Objective 1, the primary objective of this project: The Yolo County Public Housing Authority Commission with jurisdiction over public housing in the cities of Esparto, West Sacramento, Winters, Woodland, Knights Landing, and unincorporated Yolo County (all serving a predominantly low socio-economic populations) will adopt and implement legislated policies designating all indoor and outdoor common areas and 100% of individual units (including balconies and patios) in multi-unit housing (MUH) complexes, as entirely smoke-free, with the option of including designated smoking areas at least 25 feet from any entrance or windows.
This prevention curriculum on smokeless tobacco for middle school was aligned to the skills in the National Health Education Standards, and later expanded into a high school version focused on education and cessation for primary dissemination in Texas.
TECC supports educators and advocates in California and across the nation working to reduce the harmful effects of tobacco in their communities, by producing and distributing low-cost educational material covering tobacco use prevention, secondhand smoke exposure, and smoking cessation. Currently TECC offers over 550 current, high-quality, affordable products in a variety of formats for diverse audiences including: African American, American Indian, Asian/Pacific Islander, Hispanic/Latino, Labor, LGBT, Russian, teens and young adults, health educators and community advocates. TECC materials are reviewed for cultural, educational, and language needs of various populations and selected for the catalog based on recommendations by expert material review committees.