Tobacco use costs the state of Connecticut millions of dollars every year in increased healthcare costs and decreased economic productivity. Find more information here about the deadly toll that tobacco use takes on the state of Connecticut.
Secondhand smoke is dangerous and kills 50,000 people in the United States every year. Find information here about the dangers of secondhand smoke exposure and what can be done to protect you and those you love.
Approximately 80% of Connecticut homes have voluntary smoke-free policies. Find more information on why smoke-free housing policies are becoming the norm.
Providing comprehensive cessation services to all Connecticut residents will help save lives and save taxpayers significant amounts of money. Find more information here about cessation services and what can be done to help Connecticut’s smokers quit.
Tobacco companies spend millions of dollars every year on advertising in an effort to get a new generation of customers to pick up the deadly habit. Find more information on the tactics the industry uses to promote its products.
Find more information here about what is being done and what can be done to reduce tobacco use through counter-marketing efforts.