The National Latino Tobacco Control Network has several Clearinghouses of Materials that have been gathered by our Steering and Advisory Committee Members, as well as our network members:
In our website, we have a National Directory of Health Professionals, Advocates and Researchers working on Tobacco Control in Latino Communities. To be included, please email us at firstname.lastname@example.org. The purpose of this Directory is to provide colleagues who are working and/or are looking for professionals, advocates and researchers with expertise on tobacco control at the state level can find one another, collaborate and network.
The Indiana Latino Institute has a Resource Center with curriculums, materials, promising practices in Cessation, launching Soccer Leagues (PATA contra el Tabaco), mobilizing faith communities, youth advocacy, Bi-lingual curriculum on Becoming a Latino Health Advocate, and brochures, and distribution materials. These materials are listed on our website under resources. For help in retrieving any data, please contact Jean Leroux at email@example.com.
UNIDOS has a Clearinghouse of curriculums on Clean Indoor Air (CIA), countering the tobacco industry (sponsorships, cultural events, etc.), capacity building, utilizing Community Health Workers, building state based comprehensive programs, etc. Please request materials by contacting Rosa Barahona at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A full Catalog of tobacco control materials is available from ETR Associates, Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California www.tecc.org.
The Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium www.ttac.org has on-line resources, courses and materials. Request materials online and/or contact Debra Morris, email@example.com.
For tobacco control Facts, and Newsletters on tobacco control best practices, please check Indiana Tobacco Prevention and Cessation at www.in.gov/itpc.
For information on the tobacco epidemic in Latino communities, please go to the website of the Office of Smoking and Health at the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention at www.cdc.gov/tobacco.
For information and fact sheets about Latinos and tobacco please visit the website of the American Legacy Foundation at www.americanlegacy.org.
Our Steering and Advisory Committee Members are a great source for resources.