Our Tailored Assistance Trainers

 

A major feature of The LOOP is the provision of tailored assistance responsive to grantees’ requests, enabling them to implement more effectively their local tobacco control interventions and initiatives. This is a free service provided to statewide CTCP grantees. Subject matter experts have been identified and recruited to provide trainings and tailored assistance that cover a range of tobacco control topics, as well as other areas pertinent to reaching and serving California’s diverse populations.
 
You can currently make a request for tailored assistance by contacting us at theloop@ucsf.edu. This is a partial list of our tailored assistance trainers and their expertise.

Tobacco Advertising                      American Indian Casinos                            Advertising

Advocacy                                         Educational Materials Development         Evaluation

Community Organizing                Housing and Urban Development             Budget/Fiscal

Faith-Based Organizations           Outdoor Dining, Beaches, Parks                Coalition Build.

Grant Writing                                 Smokeless Tobacco/Cigars                           Fundraising

Health Disparities                          Health Policy Development                        Legal Issues

Leadership Development             Multi-Cultural Issues                                    Social Media

Multi-Unit Housing                        Social Marketing Campaigns                      Tobacco Litter

Research                                          Social Media                                                   Stake Act

Youth Coalition                               Tobacco Control Funding                            Harm Reduction

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