North Dakota Engages American Indian Tribes in Tobacco Prevention
Source: Association of State and Territorial Health Officials
Case Study/Profile | January 2016

In North Dakota, the American Indian population is disproportionately affected by tobacco-related health disparities due to high rates of tobacco use and low socioeconomic status. In 2014, an estimated 47.9 percent of American Indians in ND used tobacco products, compared to the 19.9 percent state average. This case study explores lessons learned through the North Dakota Tobacco Prevention and Control Program to engage American Indian communities in tobacco control prevention.

Posted: July 2019

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