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Why Go Smoke-Free?

Cleaner units. Faster turnover. Healthier residents. There are plenty of reasons to go smokefree.

72% of renters in buildings that allow smoking but have smoke-free units would prefer their building be non-smoking.

54% of renters are concerned about the effect of secondhand smoke from other units on their health.


E-cigarette Curriculum for Schools

CDC Fact Sheet on USB Shaped E-Cigarettes

The CDC has created an infographic, about USB-shaped e-cigarettes and youth. It provides public health messaging about the risks of the products and actions that parents, educators, and health care providers can take to protect kids.

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National Academies Releases FDA-Commissioned Report on Health Effects of E-Cigarettes

The Next Sustainability and Policy Meeting is:

Wednesday, September 18, 2019 12:00 - 1:00pm Room H

Investigate Your Home for Asthma Triggers



E-cigarette Survey

Below is a link to a twelve-question survey that will help Sabish Middle School FACT members to learn opinions related to E-cigarette, JUUL, and Vapor products. Sabish FACT members’ primary objective is to share the truth about tobacco. Responses to the survey are confidential, compiled together, and analyzed as a group (this is called aggregate data). Survey results will be used to develop an educational campaign to inform youth, parents, and the community about these products. Please complete this survey by March 12th.

If you have any questions or concerns, about this survey, please contact the adult advisor for the Sabish FACT mini grant, Sandy Bernier, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program Coordinator with the Fond du Lac County Health Department or 920-906-5537.

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Youth Tobacco Survey Data

Are You Wondering About E-Cigarettes?



FACT is a youth-led movement that takes action and creates change. Teens expose Big Tobacco’s dirty secrets and deceptive practices by empowering Wisconsin teens to stand up to an industry that is lying to them.

Wisconsin is Better Smoke-Free