NLTCN works closely with its partners—which include city, state and federal agencies and non-profit organizations—to support tobacco control initiatives in Latino communities around the country. As one of the six National Networks for Tobacco Control and Prevention (“National Networks”) funded by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Office on Smoking and Health (OSH), NLTCN regularly collaborates with National Network members, National Network partners, States, and other local and national tobacco control organizations to advance the science and practice of tobacco control in the U.S. Please click here for a state-by-state listing of organizations with which NLTCN has collaborated to raise awareness about programs and measures to reduce tobacco use and address health disparities.
Are you interested in collaborating with NLTCN on health initiatives in your community? Do you want to stay in the loop on tobacco control and health equity issues affecting communities near you and in other parts of the U.S.? If you answered “YES” to one or both of these questions, we hope that you will sign up to become an NLTCN member. If you have any questions or need further assistance, please send an e-mail to Adrian Althoff, NLTCN Communications Manager, at email@example.com.