is the youth action component that focuses on the tobacco industry and their deceptive marketing tactics.
Youth aged 13-18 get involved and let big tobacco know they won't be bought.
Listen to our radio interview
to learn more.
The Town of Henrietta
adopted a smoke-free policy
for all town owned properties, which includes parks, playgrounds, and office campuses.
Hear about other places that have a tobacco-free outdoor area policy What's Going On? with Nate Brown & Kevin Allen, radio show 1280AM Rochester
50% of Monroe County Residents
favor a policy that would restrict
the sale of tobacco products
in stores that are located
Smoking and Health Action Coalition (SHAC)
SHAC is one of 25 statewide Advancing Tobacco-Free Communities contractors working to change the community environment to support New York State's tobacco-free norm. SHAC is funded by a grant from the New York State Bureau of Tobacco Control to the American Lung Association of the Northeast
Smoking and Health Action Coalition of Monroe County works to advance tobacco-free standards - Brighton-Pittsford Post, November 13, 2014
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