- Adolescent and School Health Program Success Stories
- 2012 Spring Tobacco Prevention Institute
Adolescent and School Health Program Success Stories
CDC supports state, territorial, and local agencies and tribal governments to help strengthen their capacity to improve child and adolescent health. Collectively, the programs CDC supports are making a difference in the lives of our nation’s youth. The stories on this web page illustrate the exemplary work conducted by CDC’s funded partners. http://www.cdc.gov/healthyyouth/stories/index.htm
2012 Spring Tobacco Prevention Institute
The 2012 Spring Tobacco Prevention Institute was held at the Ramkota Hotel in Pierre on March 28-29, 2012. The training was a great success. Community members, schools, organizations and businesses from across the state attended. The trainers, Debra G Morris MPH, MCHES, Madeleine Solomon, MPH, April Schweitzer and Sarah Anderson, MPH, CHES were from the Emory Centers for Training and Technical Assistance. They provided a two-day event that included Interventions to Improve Health, Evolution of Best Practices, Public Policy, Youth Engagement, and Coalition Building. Participants left motivated and eager to work on school and community tobacco prevention efforts.
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