The National Latino Tobacco Control Network (NLTCN) is an open information and support system for tobacco control and health disparities advocates and experts who want to become more effective in changing policies and social norms around tobacco control through the exchange of information and personal and institutional linkages. NLTCN produces newsletters, “action alerts,” press releases and publications highlighting trends and best practices in tobacco control, and organizes training and networking opportunities around the U.S. If you would like to stay in the loop on Latino tobacco control issues and connect with professionals in the NLTCN community, please fill out this brief sign-up form to join our listserve and become an NLTCN member.
For more information about NLTCN membership and network benefits, please consult our latest membership surveys:
“Results of NLTCN Membership & Network Benefits Survey.”
“Summary of NLTCN Membership Views and Network Benefits Survey Results.”
“NLTCN Survey of Technical Assistance and Training Needs.”