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Check out the regional "What's in Your Child's Backpack?" toolkit!

Visit www.TobaccoFreeWashington.org for pictures, news stories, and contact information!


Tobacco Free SWPA Regional Coalition
 
 

 

The purpose of the coalition is to implement regional initiatives as planned by the Tobacco Free SWPA Executive Coalition. The regional initiatives include projects related to three key areas:
  • Preventing initiation of tobacco use among young people.
  • Promoting quitting among adults and young people.
  • Eliminating nonsmokers' exposure to secondhand smoke.

Next Tobacco Free SWPA Regional Coalition Meetings: Reducing Risk: Understanding the Adolescent Brain

September 9, 2011

10 a.m. to 3 p.m. (lunch included in the free training)
at Mon Valley Health Center, Eastgate 8, 4th Floor
Monessen, PA 15062
To register, visit https://www.surveymonkey.com/s/Adolescent-Brain-training.


Participant CD for the PA 100% Tobacco Free Schools Toolkit

Click here to download the partcipant CD

TFA
 

 
Breathing Room  
Breathing Room follows four real people – Anthony, “G”, Jordan and Sadeyah, each from different backgrounds, each with their own unique story. Four people who share one common goal: to quit smoking. Over a five-week period, the cameras captured the ups and downs, the good and the bad, the successes and setbacks of each of the cast during their individual attempts to go tobacco free.  

This interview was done over the weekend and aired Monday morning in Philly with the CBS affiliate there with regards to Breathing Room. Aired at 7:50am on the CW-Philly May 3, 2010 with Moshé, Dr. Leone, Anthony and G. getting the message of Breathing Room out.
To view the clip, please visit: http://www.criticalmention.com/report/5942x137233.htm
and click on the link under the thumbnail “Play Media Direct Link.

 

 
Clean Indoor Air law  
For information on the Clean Indoor Air law, please visit:
Pennsylvania Department of Health
www.health.state.pa.us

Pennsylvania Alliance to Control Tobacco
www.pactonline.org

 

Tobacco Free SWPA Member Organizations

Armstrong

Armstrong

Armstrong County Tobacco Free Coalition

 

Armstrong County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Armstrong-Indiana Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.


Beaver

Beaver County

The Coalition for a Tobacco Free Beaver County

 

Beaver County School Resource Guide


Butler

Butler

Tobacco Free Butler County

 

Butler County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Butler County Drug and Alcohol Program


Cambria

Cambria

Tobacco Free Cambria County

 

Cambria County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Alternative Community Resource Program


Fayette

Fayette

Tobacco Free Fayette County

 

Fayette County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Fayette County Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.


Greene

Greene County Tobacco Control Program

 

Greene County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Greene County Human Services


Indiana

Indiana

Indiana County Tobacco Free Coalition

 

Indiana County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Armstrong-Indiana Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.


Somerset

Somerset

Tobacco Free Somerset County

 

Somerset County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Somerset Health Services, Inc.


Washington

Washington

Tobacco Free Program

 

Washington County School Resource Guide

Sponsoring Agency
Washington County Health Partners, Inc.


Westmoreland

Westmoreland

Westmoreland Tobacco Free Coalition

 
Sponsoring Agency

Westmoreland Drug and Alcohol Commission, Inc.

Related Links

 
For more information, contact us in care of Washington County Health Partners, Inc.
info@tobaccofreeswpa.org or 1 (866) 904-FREE (3733)
.

A program of Tobacco Free SWPA, funded by the Pennsylvania Department of Health, Edward G. Rendell, Governor.