Welcome to the APPEAL Repository, a searchable database for resources and promising practices to help our communities, nonprofit agencies, and policy makers. Engage priority populations for equity-focused policy, environment, and systems changes and programming interventions in tobacco, cancer, and chronic disease. Use this tool to assist you in your amazing work!
Leverage the APPEAL Leadership Model for Policy and Systems Change
Posted on April 11, 2023
The APPEAL Leadership Model was designed in 1997 as a culturally tailored training curriculum that builds leadership capacity within diverse Asian American (AA) and Native Hawaiian, and Pacific Islander (NH/PI) communities.
Create Leadership Training Infrastructure for positive social change and norms (a case study): Leadership and Advocacy Institute to Advance Minnesota’s Parity for Priority Populations (LAAMPP)
Posted on May 10, 2023
The Leadership and Advocacy Institute to Advance Minnesota’s Parity for Priority Populations (LAAMPP) Institute is a year-long, innovative cross-cultural leadership program adapted from the APPEAL Leadership Model and designed to build capacity of Minnesota’s priority populations to effectively respond to tobacco control and health justice issues.
Assess Tobacco Influences in the Community using Photovoice and Geographic Information Systems
Posted on April 10, 2023
APPEAL, in partnership with both community-based organizations (CBOs) in Long Beach, Richmond, and Seattle, and researchers at CSU Fullerton, conducted a community-based participatory research (CBPR) study using Photovoice and Geographic Information Systems (GIS) mapping to assess the efficacy of pro-tobacco and anti-tobacco influences on AA and NH/PI communities.
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Pleasant Hill, CA 94523