Tobacco Control ProgramThe MDCH Tobacco Control Program works to reduce and eliminate tobacco-related deaths and diseases in Michigan through leadership, collaboration and education. Our staff and partners are dedicated to:
- eliminating exposure to secondhand smoke in worksites and public places;
- reducing smoking-related illnesses among Michigan residents, especially children;
- preventing youth initiation and access to tobacco products;
- increasing and promoting accessible and affordable cessation services; and
- identifying and eliminating disparities specific to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, occupation, geography, gender, and sexual orientation.
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|Michigan Law protects you from secondhand smoke. Michigan residents and visitors are protected from exposure to secondhand tobacco smoke in all restaurants, bars and businesses (including hotels and motels), thanks to the Dr. Ron Davis Smoke-Free Air Law. Learn more.|
2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 U.S. Surgeon General's Report linking tobacco use to lung cancer, which laid the foundation for tobacco control efforts in the United States. Learn more about the past 50 years, and read the new 2014 Surgeon General's report, The Health Consequences of Smoking — 50 Years of Progress.
Real Smokers, Real Stories. Since its 2012 launch, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention's Tips campaign has featured compelling stories of former smokers living with smoking-related diseases and disabilities and of nonsmokers who have experienced life-threatening episodes as a result of secondhand smoke exposure. Watch the Tips Campaign videos, with real-life-stories.
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Page last revised: July 11, 2014