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About Project UNIFORM
Project UNIFORM (Undoing Nicotine Influence From Our Respected Military) creates military-civilian partnerships to address tobacco use in military communities. The program does so by providing culturally appropriate tobacco control information and trainings to existing military cessation programs on installations; collaborating with military support networks to promote cessation services; and educating tobacco control professionals to the culture and existing services within the Armed Forces of the United States.
News and Announcements
Veterans Day and Great American Smokeout Events
Project UNIFORM will be providing support to local organizations and communities hosting smoke/tobacco-free Veterans Day events and/or Great American Smokeout activities. Agencies interested in hosting a local event can receive an event toolkit and free materials, including quit kits and Facebook advertisements. The toolkit includes a variety of materials including fact sheets, suggested event ideas, sample social media posts, and more. Registration for the 2016 events is open through October 31, 2016. More information and resources are available here.
Project UNIFORM is Hiring
CYAN is recruiting a Coordinator for our Military Program, Project UNIFORM (Undoing Nicotine Influence From Our Respected Military). This position is responsible for implementing all aspects of the agency work plan that focuses on reducing the harm caused by tobacco in military communities by providing tobacco treatment support to health care providers serving active duty service members and Veterans. More information and an application is available at www.appone.com/MainInfoReq.asp?R_ID=1423289.
Project UNIFORM is proud to offer California-based installations and organizations NEW print materials! Check them out by clicking here. The print materials include a fact card and poster focusingon the high smokeless tobacco use rate amongst members of the military community.