Mission 100 is an innovative, multi-faceted approach to providing evidence based, comprehensive, tobacco prevention, education and cessation technical assistance to increase and sustain the reach of the Tobacco Prevention and Control efforts in the State of Alaska.
Mission 100 is fully supported by the State of Alaska’s Tobacco Prevention and Control (TPC) Program and is designed to provide individualized, strategic and needs specific technical assistance to all Alaskan employers, organizations, and communities.
Please explore this site for information on a variety of services Mission 100 offers to support healthcare professionals, workplaces, colleges, and tribes in instituting tobacco-free campus environments and/or protocols for addressing tobacco cessation treatment.
Learn how your organization may benefit from Mission 100:
1 Alaska Tobacco Facts 2012 Update: http://dhss.alaska.gov/dph/Chronic/Documents/Tobacco/PDF/2012_alaska_tobacco_facts.pdf
2 Schoenmarklin S. Tobacco Control legal Consortium. 2004. Infiltration of Secondhand Smoke into Condominiums, Apartments, and Other Multi-Use Dwellings. St. Paul, MN: Tobacco Control Legal Consortium.