The 2005-2010 Tobacco Control Plan (pdf)
CONTENTS include:BackgroundTaking Action
Tobaccos EffectsWhy People Use TobaccoOverview of Tobacco use in OregonTimeline
Goals: Oregons Tobacco Control PlanGoal 1: Eliminate Exposure to Secondhand SmokeGoal 2: Prevent the Initiation of Tobacco by YouthGoal 3: Increase Access to Cessation Resources for Adults and Youth
Goal 4: Eliminate Disparities in Tobacco UseGoal 5: Develop the Infrastructure for Tobacco Use Prevention
Data SourcesSurveysVital StatisticsOther
Oregon tobacco control advocates developed this statewide strategic plan, which was launched in February 2005. The report describes the current tobacco use situation in Oregon and presents a comprehensive plan of action.
We thank the following organizations for their participation in the series of meetings and collaborative goal setting sessions that led to the development of this plan:
American Cancer SocietyAmerican Heart AssociationAmerican Lung Association of OregonAsian Family Center of IRCOBenton County Health DepartmentCareOregonCrook County Health DepartmentDouglas County Health DepartmentFree and ClearGroup Health CooperativeJackson County Health and Human ServicesKaiser Permanente NorthwestMultnomah County Health DepartmentNational Cancer Institute Cancer Information ServiceNorthwest Portland Area Indian Health BoardOMPRO- Oregons Quality Improvement OrganizationOregon Department of EducationOregon Department of Justice Civil Enforcement DivisionOregon Human Development CorporationOregon Medical AssociationOregon Research InstitutePAC/WEST CommunicationsPortland State UniversityProvidence Health SystemTigard-Tualatin School DistrictTobacco-Free Coalition of OregonUmatilla County Public HealthYamhill County Public Health
Promoting health and preventing the leading causes of death, disease and injury in Oregon.