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THE LOUISIANA CAMPAIGN FOR TOBACCO-FREE LIVING

The Louisiana Campaign for Tobacco-Free Living (TFL) engages in local and statewide tobacco control policy efforts that focus on tobacco prevention, eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke, promote cessation services, and identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities. 
 
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WE’RE ALWAYS EVALUATING OUR PROGRESS

A core group of staff implements TFL, coordinating to ensure its effectiveness and evaluating its progress. The Louisiana Cancer Research Center (LCRC) funds these efforts.

TFL IS DRIVEN BY THESE CORE GOALS

  • To prevent Louisiana’s youth from beginning to use tobacco
  • To eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke
  • To promote tobacco cessation among youth and young adults
  • To identify and eliminate tobacco-related disparities
  • To facilitate effective coordination of all tobacco control and prevention initiatives statewide 

REAL PROGRESS IS BEING MADE

Several Louisiana Colleges and Universities are now tobacco-free, smoke-free city- and parish-wide ordinances are being enacted every day and many other tobacco-free triumphs are happening across the state we are proudly supporting.

OUR EFFORTS WON’T STOP UNTIL LOUISIANA IS TOBACCO-FREE

Explore our site for a full scope of TFL or read about our latest progress on our News & Media page. Join our conversations on social media, or contact us with your questions—the more we connect, the more powerful this program can be.