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What's New in The Zone?

KEEP YOUR FOCUS,              NOT YOUR FIX.

Tompkins County Whole Health, in partnership with Tobacco Free Zone/Reality Check & the Community Coalition for Healthy Youth, launch vaping awareness campaign aimed at young people. 

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Drop The Vape Materials Now Available!

The NYS Dept. of Health has developed posters, palm cards, and rack cards for middle schools and high schools/young adults.

 

Free materials are available here to view and download and print.

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Contact Tobacco Free Zone staff!

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Make Your Property Tobacco-Free! 

We are inviting community worksites & establishments to join us in building healthier spaces and supporting people who are motivated and attempting quitting tobacco,

Implementing a tobacco-free grounds policy creates a healthy, accessible environment for everyone…and we’re here to help!

 

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Want to Quit?

Our New York State Health Systems for a Tobacco Free NY partners have added free online cessation classes this year!

Click here for more info.

Check out additional resources to help you or a loved one quit tobacco.

It is never too late.

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Attention Local Providers!

*Chenango & Cortland Counties

The Central New York Regional Center for Tobacco Health Systems at St. Joseph's Health assists area providers in Chenango & Cortland Counties to improve the reach and delivery of evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment to residents who use tobacco products. Staff work with hospitals, community health centers, federally qualified health centers, and mental health and behavioral health service agencies, with a focus on agencies and organizations that serve people with low education, low income or mental illness.

Click here for more info!

*Tompkins County

The Center for a Tobacco-Free Finger Lakes (CTFFL) at the University of Rochester Medical Center assists partners in Tompkins County to improve the reach and delivery of evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment to residents who use tobacco products. Partners include medical and behavioral health care systems, community health centers, and more!  

CTFFL provides a free training called “Train-The-Trainer” for 15 to 60 minutes at a time of your convenience. This model of training for your health system (in person or via zoom) can be scheduled by contacting CTFFL at (585) 802-9944 or via e-mail.

Click here for more info!

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