Central Valley Office
Corporate Headquarters
1680 West Shaw Avenue
Fresno, CA 93711-3504
Phone:(559) 221-6315
Fax:(559) 221-6219

Bay Area Office
1970 Broadway, Suite 670
Oakland, CA 94612
Phone:(510) 625-1377
Fax:(510) 625-1468

Chico Office
25 Jan Court, Suite 130
Chico, CA 95928-9101
Phone:(530) 345-2483
Fax:(530) 345-3214

Kings County Office
357 D. Street, Suite D
Lemoore, CA 93245

Merced County Tobacco Control Program
1903 G Street
Merced, CA 95340
Phone:(209) 725-8240

Sacramento Office
2012 H Street, Suite 202
Sacramento, CA 95811
Phone: (916) 374-7739
Fax: (916) 394-5295

San Bernardino:
San Bernardino County Tobacco Control Program
685 E. Carnegie Drive, Suite 140
San Bernardino, CA 92408
(909) 381-4532

Tulare County Office
144 North L Street, Suite 103
Dinuba, CA 93618

San Bernardino County Tobacco Control Program
14350 Civic Drive, Suite 220
Victorville, CA 92392
(760) 245-5537

Regional Advocates Countering Tobacco –ReACT

144 North L Street, Suite #103, Dinuba, CA 93618

Phone: 559-315-5542         Fax: 559-315-5546

Program Overview

The Regional Advocates Countering Tobacco (ReACT) Program was created through funding support from the California Department of Public Health Tobacco Control Program. ReACT implements a tri-county tobacco control plan aimed at reducing and preventing tobacco use and decreasing exposure to secondhand smoke in Fresno, Tulare and Kings Counties.

The ReACT Program work plan includes the following objectives:

  1. Youth Engagement: To recruit at least 15 youth in Fresno, Kings, and Tulare Counties to form the Tobacco-Free Youth Coalition.

  2. Smoke-Free Public Venues: At least six incorporated cities in Fresno, Kings, and Tulare Counties will adopt and implement a policy that eliminates the use of all tobacco products, including electronic cigarettes, in outdoor venues such as parks, fairgrounds, playgrounds and other recreational public venues.

  3. Zoning:  One jurisdiction will adopt a conditional use permit or other land use regulation to prohibit the location of tobacco retail outlets within 1,000 feet of youth sensitive areas and/or limit the number of retailers within city limits.

I HRT U Youth Coalition

The ReACT program works with youth from all over the tri-county region. Youth coalition members are an essential part of program initiatives. ReACT empowers young people to create policy change in their local communities by training youth. This is done through participation in local and statewide trainings and events including: Youth Quest, an annual Youth Leadership Summit, and various trainings for public speaking, data collections, developing public service announcements and becoming program spokespersons. I HRT U stands for Improving Health by Reducing Tobacco Use.


Educational Presentations

Informational Booths

Tobacco Litter Clean Ups

Tobacco-Free Youth Coalitions

Model Tobacco Policies

Technical Assistance for Policies

Spring Youth Leadership Summit

Youth Quest Legislative Visits


Contact the ReACT Team

Daisy Sanchez, M.A.

Project Director

P: 559) 244-4526



Jennifer Acidera

Program Coordinator

P: (559) 315-55420



Funded by the California Department of Public Health, California Tobacco Control Program, Contract No. 15-10228

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