Southern Manitoba First Nations Commercial Tobacco Reduction Strategy
Tobacco Tool Kit
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: firstname.lastname@example.org||Email: email@example.com|