CCAP Launches New Website Focusing on Tribal Casinos
California's Clean Air Project (CCAP) today announced a new website focused on secondhand smoke in tribal casinos. The website features numerous resources, including a statewide casino location map, summaries of current non-smoking policies in tribal gaming venues, fact sheets and ideas for action.
CCAP provides technical assistance related to secondhand smoke in tribal casinos, and works with tribal entities in California to help them develop and adopt smoke-free workplace policies. CCAP also provides technical assistance to all Local Lead Agencies and Competitive Grantees who have tribal casinos in their jurisdictions, and works with policymakers and health departments at the county and state levels.
CCAP is a project of ETR Associates and is funded by the State of California's Tobacco Control Program.
You can visit California's Clear Air Project website at: http://ccap.etr.org.
For more information regarding CCAP, please contact CCAP Project Director Narinder Dhaliwal at email@example.com or 916-642-1186.