Austin/Travis County, Texas

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Austin/Travis County, Texas

Website: http://www.healthyplaceshealthypeople.org
Location: Texas
Members: 7
Latest Activity: Nov 14, 2012

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The Austin/Travis County Health & Human Services Department aims to reduce the prevalence of chronic disease. Two main initiatives within the department are the Live Tobacco-Free Austin campaign and the newly developed Healthy Places, Healthy People campaign. The Austin/Travis County Health & Human Services Department is working with a variety of individuals and organizations, ranging from schools and workplaces to health care, transportation, and multi-unit housing organizations, and local governments and coalitions. Visit the pages on this website for more information, or visit us at www.livetobaccofreeaustin.org or www.healthyplaceshealthypeople.org.

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