CCAP is an Associate Member of CNIGA (California Nations Indian Gaming Association) and regularly attends their bi-monthly meetings. CCAP’s goal is to cultivate open and productive communication with tribes about the need for and benefits of smoke-free tribal casinos.

CNIGA is, a non-profit organization comprised of federally-recognized tribal governments, was founded in 1988 and currently has 38 tribes as members.

CNIGA’s goals include:

  • Promote, protect, and preserve the interests of tribes through development of sound gaming policies and practices in Indian country
  • Assist Indian tribes and the federal government by providing technical assistance relating to the Indian gaming industry
  • Preserve and protect the integrity of gaming conducted in Indian country
  • Maintain and advocate for Indian tribal sovereignty

A link to their website can be found here.