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Pride Month – An Equal Chance at a Smokefree Life 

Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Queer, and Questioning (LGBTQ) Pride Month is celebrated annually in June as a tribute to those involved in the Stonewall Riots; to recognize the impact LGBTQ Americans have had on society; and to advance civil rights, justice, and equitable opportunity for LGBTQ people. This includes equitable health opportunities, like comprehensive smokefree protections for LGBTQ communities. LGBTQ people deserve equitable health opportunities as well, like being smokefree and having smokefree protections.  Just like Ellie, all LGBTQ people deserve to live and work in smokefree environments to protect their health.

Holidays and Observances
Apartment buildings

Healthy Homes Month

Your Healthy Home

June 27, 2018
Great American Smokeout

Great American Smokeout

Breathe Easier – Quit Smoking

November 12, 2020
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Veterans Day

Celebrate This Veterans Day Tobacco Free

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Spanish (Español)

November 9, 2018
Smoking and Tobacco Use Related Events
Tips From Former Smokers - 10 Years

Tips From Former Smokers ®

Get Inspired to Quit With the Tips From Former Smokers® Campaign

Also available in:
Spanish (Español)

February 28, 2022
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Surgeon General's Report

Quit Smoking for Better Health

January 23, 2020
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Quitlines 15th Anniversary

October 7, 2019
Resources to Help You Quit


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