Live Tobacco-Free Ausitn

The Live Tobacco-Free Austin (LTFA) initiative was launched in 2011 in Austin/Travis County, Texas through the Communities Putting Prevention to Work grant. It aims to reduce tobacco use prevalence and exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke by promoting positive policy, systems, and environmental changes. To achieve this, the Austin/Travis County Health & Human Services Department is working with a variety of organizations, ranging from schools and worksites to health care, transportation, and multiunit housing organizations, and local governments, to promote tobacco-free worksite policies and access to cessation services.

Go to www.livetobaccofreeaustin.org for more info.

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