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    Tobacco Control Program

     Mission: To reduce and eliminate tobacco-related deaths and diseases in Michigan through leadership, collaboration and education.

    Vision: The Tobacco Control Program is dedicated to doing the following:

    • 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.
    • Identifying and eliminating disparities specific to race/ethnicity, socioeconomic status, occupation, geography, gender and sexual orientation.

    Contact Us: Tobacco Program Staff Directory


    What's New...

    January 2014 marks the 50th Anniversary of the 1964 Surgeon General's Report linking tobacco use to lung cancer.  Click here to add a logo button about the anniversary to your web pages!
      

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