homes and cars

Voluntary, individual-driven policies or rules are very effective in protecting personal environments from the harms of secondhand smoke. The Homes and Cars Toolkit provides resources to help individual community members adopt smoke-free rules to support clean air in their homes and their cars.

This booklet breaks down what exactly secondhands smoke is, its ingredients, and its harmful effects. It goes through how secondhand smoke affects you in various aspects of life - your personal health, your family and children, employers, etc. It also offers advice on what you can do, what health experts can do, what employers can do, what parents can do.

This website offers a map of certified smoke free housing, resident education & presentations, property owner & manager information of creating smoke free properties. The program provides education and resources to support policy adoption, implementation, and enforcement.

This publication provides resources to help individual community members adopt smoke free rules to support clean air in their homes and their cars.

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Community members can make voluntary pledges to reduce exposure to secondhand smoke and secondhand aerosol by creating no-smoke rules in their cars and homes. This website contains videos, fact sheets, pledge cards, car and home materials, and a toolkit for health educator professionals.

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This website offers tips to keep a smoke-free home and car, especially for children.

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This policy highlights research for a kids, cars, and cigarettes, along with addressing frequenting asked questions. 

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The NCI Tobacco Policy Viewer is a web resource for mapping, query, and download of historical smoke-free policy data in the United States.