About Oklahoma In The Know

About Oklahoma In The Know

For Coalition Members, Community Leaders, Volunteers, and Members of the Public

Much of the information on this site is open to the public — creating healthier communities requires the help of many types of people and organizations.

Browse through the many resources, training opportunities, data sources, and success stories to stay up to date on the latest information about effective efforts to prevent and reduce tobacco use, improve physical activity and nutrition, and prevent substance abuse. This site will provide you with tools and information to help make your community a healthier place to live.

Complex problems require comprehensive solutions. Working together, we can create a healthier Oklahoma for the future. Visit this site regularly to stay In the Know.

For Grantees

In additional password-protected areas of the In the Know community, grantees and staff associated with specific community-based prevention programs can gather within an innovative collaborative space to learn, connect, and work together.

The members-only areas of the In the Know community are designed specifically for key staff of organizations that receive grant funding from the Oklahoma Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET), Oklahoma State Department of Health, Center for Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion (Center), and Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services, Prevention Services (ODMHSAS).

Members can use the In the Know community forum to engage peers in discussions, search for specialized public health resources, access professional development courses, find and share program materials, and collaborate with other leaders in public health.

About PHAO

In the Know is a component of the statewide Public Health Academy of Oklahoma (PHAO) initiative to support the important work of programs and coalitions at the local level. The PHAO initiative creates opportunities within public health systems and provides a coordinated, specialized menu of training opportunities and tools for the public health workforce, voluntary coalition members, and community leaders. Funding and oversight of PHAO and this website are provided by a network of community, philanthropic and government partners including TSET, OSDH, and ODMHSAS.