Language specific community pages

Tobacco Prevention

Tobacco Prevention Program

The Asian Health and Service Center’s Public Health Program provides culturally and linguistically appropriate public health and social services to support the community’s health and well-being. The program aims to create a healthier, more resilient, and equitable future for all through community engagement and collaboration by empowering individuals with the necessary tools and knowledge to lead healthier lives.

The Commercial Tobacco Prevention Program is one of the Public Health programs supported through the OHA Health Equity Grant. Our aim is to raise awareness and tackle public health issues linked to tobacco use. To achieve this, AHSC will implement culturally tailored engagement, outreach, and education programs. Our focus is to encourage participation in discussions about tobacco use and prevention among local Tri-County Asian communities.


2024 AHSC Tobacco Prevention Program Poster Contest

Calling all Asian youth (6th-12th graders) of Chinese, Korean, or Vietnamese descent residing in Clackamas, Multnomah, and Washington County! Are you ready to make a difference in your community? We’re thrilled to invite you to participate in an exciting and meaningful event!

Create a poster that envisions your neighborhood or community free from commercial tobacco products and secondhand smoke.
Unleash your imagination and use your artistic talents to share this important message.

Show off your skills and compete for fantastic prizes! Plus, one lucky grand prize winner will take home AirPods 2nd Generation!

Submit your entry by August 30th, 2024, at 5:00 PM through Google Forms.
Simply follow the link provided here and review the rules and guidelines for submission.


Winners will be announced by the end of September 2024. Your creativity and dedication will be celebrated, and your artwork will be showcased to inspire others.


Community Engagement and Outreach Events

Check out our calendar to see what events we will be offering.


Engage with Youth Population

Interested in having the Stanford’s You and Me Together Vape-Free curriculum be taught to your community or students (K-12) Contact Us to schedule a meeting to further discuss details.


Past Events:

2023 AHSC Tobacco and Nicotine Community Survey


2023 – Tobacco Prevention Project:
Youth Volunteer Event

AHSC invited Portland high school volunteers to create a tobacco prevention campaign. They learned about the harmful effects of tobacco and how it targets their community through ads. Using their creativity, they developed a culturally relevant campaign for Asian American youth. We’re grateful for their efforts in raising awareness for a tobacco-free world. See what they made!
AHSC Facebook Youth Volunteer