About: People who live in apartments, senior complexes, and other multi-unit housing developments are often exposed to secondhand smoke drifting in from a neighbor’s unit. Secondhand smoke increases lung cancer and heart disease risk in adults and worsens asthma symptoms in children, with low-income families bearing the greatest burden.
How can community leaders create smokefree living environments to address this problem and improve public health? Join us for this webinar to get a better understanding about smokefree housing policies and the different methods landlords, condominium associations, and local governments can use to make common areas and individual units nonsmoking. We’ll also share ideas on how to build community support for smokefree housing.
Date: Friday, May 11th
Time: 10:00am -11:30am
TO REGISTER FOR THE EVENT – VISIT THIS WEBPAGE Smokefree Housing: https://cc.readytalk.com/r/eauchpabl57j
Audience: Landlords, Housing Authority representatives, municipal leaders, community organizations, health educators, community advocates, and parents