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What We Do:

There are several ways to help in the fight against tobacco. The Coalition for a Tobacco-Free Utah works in the following ways:

Task Force

Utah Tobacco Prevention Task Force meets quarterly to discuss tobacco issues in Utah.

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General Meeting

Meets each month to discuss tobacco issues in Utah and coordinate tobacco prevention and cessation at a grassroots level.

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Healthcare Committee

CTFU’s healthcare committee coordinates tobacco cessation efforts among health care providers statewide by educating providers about the resources available to help their patients quit using tobacco.

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Advocacy Committee

CTFU’s advocacy committee promotes and supports legislation designed to further tobacco prevention and control.

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Worksites Committee

CTFU’s worksite committee promotes and recognizes smoke-free worksites, outdoor events, housing, and communities.

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Membership Committee

CTFU’s membership committee oversees recruitment of CTFU members and coordinates CTFU participation at events.

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Special Populations Committee

CTFU’s special populations committee identifies and makes recommendations for populations disparately affected by tobacco use. Namely, there are networks in place to identify and address tobacco-related disparaties in the Hispanic, Native American, African American, Asian, Pacific Islander, and LGBT populations.

Read more about the Special Populations Committee subcommittee »