As detailed in our reports, a lack of evidence-based programs intended to identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities has hindered efforts to reduce prevalence rates among affected populations. Disparities exist among populations and result in increased tobacco-related deaths and disease. These populations are subject to a disproportionately high use of tobacco, increased targeting by the tobacco industry and a lack of tailored programs to reduce tobacco use in these communities. This is especially true among the lesbian, gay, bi-sexual, transgender, and gender queer (LGBTQ) residents of Missouri. Check out our research posters and presentations to see what we’ve been learning about tobacco use among Missouri’s LGBTQ community.
View presentations about our research findings and community partnerships.
View research posters for an in depth look at our findings on LGBT tobacco use.
View the official reports and surveys for the grant-funded Out, Proud, and Healthy Project.