Tobacco program featured in NACCHO newsletter
The most recent edition of the National Association of County and City Health Officials’ quarterly publication, NACCHO Exchange, features an article about Lexington’s efforts to help child care centers become 100 percent smoke-free/scent-free.
The article was written by Angela Brumley-Shelton, our Community Health Equity & Education coordinator and a long-time educator about the health risks of tobacco. The newsletter also featured English and Spanish flyers created by Bailey Preston, the LFCHD graphic designer.
If you know of someone who would like more information about our tobacco program, including details on the smoke-free/scent-free policy for child cares, call Brumley-Shelton at (859) 288-2457.