Southern Manitoba First Nations Commercial Tobacco Reduction Strategy

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The Southern Manitoba First Nations Commercial Tobacco Reduction Strategy (SMFNCTRS), is a program administered through Southeast Resource Development Council (SERDC) Health Services. This strategy is inclusive of 3 other Tribal Councils in the southern Manitoba region, including: Dakota Ojibway Tribal Council, Interlake Reserves Tribal Council, West Region Tribal Council, and 8 Independent First Nations. Resulting in a total of 36 First Nations communities.

The strategy focuses on six program pillars: Protection, Prevention, Education, Cessation, Reducing Access to Tobacco Products, and Data Collection.

SMFNCTRS’s aim is to reduce the number of commercial tobacco product users, within southern Manitoba. If you are a community member, health worker, band council member, or school employee, contact SMFNCTRS to collaborate on any possible activities, projects, and goals you wish to accomplish within your community.

Corey Bighorn Marlene McDougall
Commercial Tobacco Reduction Coordinator Commercial Tobacco Reduction Worker
Tel: 204.934.7088 Tel: 204.956.3284
Email: coreyb@serdc.mb.ca Email: marlenem@serdc.mb.ca