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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:
This virtual "Engagement Café" will be presented in a
high-energy game show format facilitated by Queen City Quiz Show. Participants include local influencers and residents as contestants, with audience members watching and engaging through Facebook Live via Livable Meck’s Facebook page.
Please help us promote
this important conversation. Download and print this flyer to share with your family, friends, and community.
Click here for more programs and resources on youth tobacco and vaping prevention.
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
For more information, contact Kim Bayha, Tobacco Control and Prevention Program Supervisor, at 704-614-7805 or
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Mecklenburg County Public Health encourages all eligible residents ages 12 and older to get a free COVID-19 vaccination.