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Resources for Maine landlords and tenants to go smoke-free

An estimated 3,000 lung cancer deaths and 350,000 coronary heart disease deaths occur each year among adults who do not smoke as a result of exposure to secondhand smoke in the U.S.

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Implementing safer healthcare environments statewide

Hospitals are the recognized healthcare leaders in the community. Implementing a tobacco-free campus supports the existing mission and vision of providing the community with a safe healthcare environment.

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Protecting Maine colleges and universities from tobacco

Leading Maine’s efforts to strengthen campus tobacco policies and reduce tobacco use on college campuses.

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Strengthening tobacco policies in behavioral health settings

Behavioral health facilities can support good health and wellness for their clients, staff and visitors by reducing exposure to secondhand smoke and encouraging tobacco-free lifestyles through the adoption of tobacco-free campus policies.