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American Lung Association of Indiana
The American Lung Association of Indiana is the voluntary health organization dedicated to the prevention of lung disease and the promotion of lung health through research, education, and advocacy.
Tobacco-related information specific to the State of Indiana:
Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission
The Indiana Alcohol and Tobacco Commission is commited to protecting the ecomomic welfare, health, peace, and moral of the people of indiana by regulating and limiting the manufacture, sale, possesion and use of alcohol, alcholic beverages, and tobacco within the state.
Indiana Criminal Justice Institute
The mission of the Governor's Commission for a Drug-Free Indiana is to reduce the incidence and prevalence of substance abuse, addictions, and other behavioral health problems among adults and children of Indiana.
Indiana Campaign for Smokefree Air
The Indiana Campaign for Smokefree Air is committed to protecting all workers from exposure to secondhand smoke by working toward the adoption of a comprehensive smoke free workplace law that covers ALL workplaces.
Indiana Latino Institute
The mission of the Indiana Latino Institute, Inc. is to strengthen agencies and organizations that serve Latino communities in Indiana.
Indiana Minority Health Coalition
The Indiana Minority Health Coalition (IMHC) is a charitable nonprofit organization whose primary purpose is to imporove the health of Indiana's ethnic/racial minority population through developing a broad-based, statewide network of community coalitions.
INShape Indiana, where you can log on, lighten up and help improve the health status of our state! Governor Daniels' INShape Indiana program aims to connect Hoosiers to the existing programs, services, and events that are offered by many fine organizations and agencies in Indiana.
Quit Now Indiana
Information and resources for tobacco users who want to quit, employers, and health care providers, about 1-800-Quit-Now, the Indiana Tobacco Quitline, among other cessation resources available to Indiana residents.