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One Year Later: Lessons Learned from Smoke-Free Public Housing

One Year Later: Lessons Learned from Smoke-Free Public Housing

Minneapolis Convention Center, 1301 2nd Avenue South, Room 200 IJ, Minneapolis, MN 55403

August 26, 2019 9:00 am CT  Until  August 26, 2019 CT

National Conference on Tobacco or Health Ancillary Session

This interactive session will provide a brief overview of HUD's Smoke-Free Rule, highlight national efforts currently underway to support PHA staff and residents with smoke-free implementation and cessation, feature a panel of stakeholders who will share lessons learned, and conclude with small group discussion. Attendees will leave being able to:

  • Highlight the core components of the HUD Smoke-Free rule
  • Explain strategies currently underway to motivate and support PHA staff and residents
  • Describe how the rule is progressing from the perspective of stakeholders
  • Identify resources to help encourage compliance and support cessation

Made possible with a grant from the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation. A continental breakfast will be provided. FREE.

Registration required.

Hosted by: Live Smoke Free, American Cancer Society, National Alliance of Resident Services in Affordable and Assisted Housing, American Lung Association, National Housing Law Project, National American Quitline Consortium, Public Health Law Center