A Program of the Connecticut MATCH Coalition
A Healthy Home is a place where families can take comfort in knowing that tobacco isn't going to ruin lives ... it's a place where the dangers of secondhand smoke have been eliminated ... it's a place where children are safe from the health risks that smoking poses for their young growing bodies.
Most importantly, it's a home where families can openly talk about the dangers of tobacco and prevent its use.
We hope that you will take some time TODAY to sit down with the other members of your family, talk about tobacco use in your household, and then eliminate smoking from your home. Let's all work together to help those already smoking to stop and to prevent the other members of your family from starting. It's never too early or too late to talk about it.
Healthy Homes ... stopping the addiction one house at a time.
For more information on Healthy Homes or to sign up your home as a Healthy Home, call Infoline at 1-800-203-1234 or RYASAP at (203) 333-3333.
You can also become a Healthy Home by completing this form:
- CT Attorney General Richard Blumenthal
- The CT Association of Regional Action Council Executives (CARE)
- Capital Area Substance Abuse Council (Avon)
- Central Naugutuck Valley Regional Action Council (Waterbury)
- Citizens Task Force on Substance Abuse (New London)
- East of the River Action for Substance Abuse Elimination (East Hartford)
- Housatonic Valley Coalition Against Substance Abuse (Brookfield)
- Lower Fairfield County Action Against Chemical Dependency (Stamford)
- Meriden and Wallingford Substance Abuse Action Council (Wallingford)
- Mid-Fairfield Substance Abuse Coalition (Norwalk)
- Middlesex County Substance Abuse Action Council (Middletown)
- New Haven Fighting Back (New Haven)
- Northeast Communities Against Substance Abuse (Wauregan)
- Regional Youth/Adult Substance Abuse Project (Bridgeport)
- Substance Abuse Action Council of Central CT (Plainville)
- Valley Substance Abuse Action Council (Ansonia)
- The American Lung Association
- The American Cancer Society
- The American Heart Association
- The American Academy of Pediatrics
- The American Academy of Family Practice Physicians
- The CT Association of Health Educators
- Director of Health - Towns of Bristol/Burlington
- Director of Health - Town of Greenwich
- Director of Health - Town of Middletown
- Director of Health - Town of West Haven
- The CT Department of Public Health
Healthy Homes is made possible through the generosity of of WVIT Channel 30, the Hospital for Special Care (New Britain), and the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.
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