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Hawaiʻi Tobacco Prevention & Control Plan 2030

The Hawai‘i Tobacco Prevention and Control (TPC) 2030 Tracker is now available on Hawai‘i Health Matters! Stay updated on Hawai‘i state tobacco prevention progress compared to other states and territories, Hawai‘i’s Prior Values, TPC Plan Targets and HP 2030 Targets.

The Hawai‘i Tobacco Prevention and Control (TPC) Plan 2030 is a ten-year strategic plan for achieving a tobacco-free Hawai‘i and provides guidance for tobacco prevention, education, and cessation services through program implementation, legislative action, and community empowerment. It focuses on the goals established by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention for comprehensive tobacco control programs:

  • Identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities
  • Prevent initiation of commercial tobacco use among youth and young adults.
  • Promote quitting tobacco among young people and adults.
  • Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke. 

Here are examples of some data you can find with this tracker: 

View the tracker here. Learn how to use the tracker by viewing this video.

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