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Advocacy Tools

The South Dakota Tobacco Control Program (TCP) and our partners have created a number of resources to help you champion tobacco-free initiatives in your community. We encourage you to use the tools for educating and empowering others to join the tobacco-free movement in South Dakota.

Browse a library of smoke-free and tobacco-free model policies that you can implement to ban the use of tobacco and vapor products on a facility’s indoor and outdoor grounds.

Find activities, ideas, and resources to entertain and educate as you help spread the truth about the negative effects of commercial tobacco.

Explore useful strategies and techniques for how to develop, advocate for, pass, and implement a smoke-free or tobacco-free policy on your campus.

Develop tobacco education programs and advocacy efforts in American Indian communities. The Tribal Tobacco Advocacy Toolkit was developed by the Canli Coalition in South Dakota.

If you’ve received a tobacco program grant, the next step is to complete the South Dakota Tobacco Control Orientation Toolkit. The toolkit is a self-guided course organized into 6 modules.

Help reinforce a no smoking policy with window clings and door hangers to let others know that smoking is not allowed on a facility’s premise, in a vehicle or a home.

View previous sessions and materials from previous SD Spring Tobacco Control Institutes.

Review routinely collected statewide data about tobacco use, priority populations, and QuitLine service utilization, provided by the SD QuitLine staff and Department of Health partners.