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Mecklenburg County's Tobacco Prevention and Control team promotes culturally appropriate and best practice strategies to reduce deaths and health problems due to tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke or e-cigarette aerosols. All residents in our community deserve a healthy home, workplace and community where tobacco use is no longer the social norm.
Our initiatives focus on four goals:
Quit and Stay Quit Monday
Prevention Resource Guide
A Teen's Testimonial on Vaping
Best Practice Resources
Resources & Fact Sheets
Smoke-Free Government Grounds
Other Policies and Laws
The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) issued
guidelines saying people who smoke and vape are at higher risk for more severe complications and hospitalization if they get COVID-19.
For more information, contact Kim Bayha, Tobacco Control and Prevention Program Supervisor, at 704-614-7805 or
Follow us on social media for the latest in national, state, and local tobacco-related news, policies, issues, and resources:
County services are operating at a limited capacity. Questions about COVID-19? Call Public Health Hotline: 980-314-9400