F.A.C.T. – Fighting Against Corporate Tobacco
A youth organization that EXPOSES the deceptive marketing practices used by the tobacco industry; EMPOWERS young people to stand up against the industry and make a change; and helps people UNDERSTAND how the tobacco industry manipulates us into smoking and getting hooked. FACT is not against smokers.
Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center
Serving school districts and communities in Wisconsin. Wisconsin Safe and Healthy Schools Center, formerly WATODEN, provides technical assistance to and encourages collaborative partnerships with Pre-K-12 schools, state agencies, and community based organizations. They focus on the prevention of alcohol, tobacco, and other drug use by youth, and related youth risk behaviors, school safety, and violence prevention.
University of Wisconsin Extension – Family Living Programs
UW-Extension Family Living Programs respond to community needs with research-based education and partnerships that support Wisconsin families and communities.
University of Wisconsin Extension – 4 H Youth Development
4-H is a community of young people across America who are learning leadership, citizenship and life skills.
University of Wisconsin – Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project
The Wisconsin Alcohol Policy Project provides training, tools, and technical assistance to municipalities, law enforcement, public health and community groups working to improve the alcohol environment.
Wisconsin Department of Health – Wisconsin Wins
The Wisconsin Wins (WI Wins) campaign is a science-based, state-level initiative designed to decrease youth access to tobacco products. The WI Wins campaign was launched in the spring of 2002 to assure compliance with the Federal Synar regulation which requires states to maintain a youth access rate of less than 20% and is part of a comprehensive approach to preventing youth retail access to tobacco.
Wisconsin Department of Health – Division of Public Health
The Division of Public Health (DPH), is responsible for providing public health services, and environmental and public health regulation. The Division has programs in the areas of environmental health, occupational health, family and community health, emergency medical services and injury prevention, chronic disease prevention and health promotion, and communicable diseases. It is also responsible for issuing birth, death, marriage and divorce certificates as well as collecting statistics related to the health health care industry and the health of the people in Wisconsin.