- Lead Agency: King’s Daughters’ Hospital and Heath Services
- Coalition Coordinator: Elizabeth Auxier
- Mailing Address: One King’s Daughters’ Drive; Madison, IN 47250
- Phone: 812-265-0598
- Fax: 812-265-0291
- E-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org
Total Population - 31,705
Ages 0-4 - 1,966
Ages 5-17 - 5,759
Ages 18-24 - 3,372
Ages 25 and older - 20,608
African American - 461
White - 30,498
Hispanic - 332
Tobacco Free Policies
The Madison ordinance requires all public places and places of employment, including restaurants, to be smoke free. Bars and private clubs are exempt from the ordinance. Effective on August 1, 2006.
Hospitals and Health Care Facilities:
- King’s Daughters’ Hospital
Public School Districts:
- Southwestern-Jefferson County Consolidated Schools
- Madison Consolidated Schools
- Hanover- City Building
- Madison- City Hall
Community-based Tobacco Control Coalition
- Boys and Girls Club,
- Big Brothers Big Sisters
- Boy Scouts
- Christ Episcopal Church
- Coalition Against Substance Abuse
- Dockside Services Youth Counseling
- Faith Alliance Church
- Girls Inc.,
- Girl Scouts of Kentuckiana
- Governor's Commission for a Drug Free Indiana
- Hanover Baptist Church
- Hanover College
- Indiana State Police
- Indiana University Southeast
- Ivy Tech Community College
- Jefferson County Circuit Court
- Jefferson County Health Department
- Jefferson County Prosecutors Office
- Jefferson County Superior Court
- King's Daughter's Hospital and Health Services
- La Casa Amiga
- LifeSpring Mental Health Services
- Madison Consolidated Schools
- Madison Equipment Company
- Madison Police Department
- Madison State Hospital
- Prince of Peace Schools
- Scalo House
- Southwestern Schools
- The Madison Courier
- The Red Pepper
- The Salvation Army
- Tri Kappa
- Turning Point
- James Wortham Counseling Services
- WIKI Radio
- WORX Radio
- Youth As Resources
- Increase the proportion of Indiana school districts that support and implement a comprehensive school strategy against tobacco use.
- Extent of community activism among youth to support community change that includes youth involved in the VOICE movement.
- Proportion of tobacco free campus policies for hospitals, health care centers, and clinics.
- Proportion of smoke free policies for worksites, including restaurants and bars.
- Proportion of school districts with tobacco-free campuses.
- Extent of tobacco control policies on university/college campuses. This includes indoor and outdoor spaces such as student housing, classroom buildings, and athletic facilities.
- Extent of promotion of the Indiana Tobacco Quitline
- Proportion of health care providers and health care systems that have fully implemented the Public Health Service guidelines for cessation.
- Proportion of worksites that provide employer-sponsored cessation support for employees who use tobacco.
- Extent of participation by partners within the broad-based coalition.
- Extent of participation by groups representing disparately affected (i.e. hard to reach) populations in the community.
- Funding for July 2009- June 2011: $63,000