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Shelby County

  • Lead Agency: Shelby County Drug Free Coalition
  • Coalition Coordinator: April Bills
  • Contact Information

  • Mailing Address: 54 West Broadway, Suite 2; Shelbyville, IN 46176
  • Phone: 317-398-3135
  • Fax: 317-398-2273
  • E-mail: april@shelbycountydrugfree.com
  • County Data

  • county population
  • demographics breakdown
  • smoking rate
  • Tobacco Free Policies

    Ordinance:

    The Shelbyville ordinance requires public places and places of employment to be smoke free. The ordinance allows for restaurants and bars to have separate smoking rooms. Membership clubs are exempt from the ordinance. Effective on September 1, 2006.

    Hospitals and Health Care Facilities:

  • Major Hospital
  • Public School Districts:

  • Northwestern Community School Corporation
  • Shelbyville Central Schools
  • Southwestern Community School- Shelby County
  • Government Buildings:

    County

    • Courthouse
    • Criminal Justice Center

    City

    • Shelbyville - City Hall
    • Shelbyville - City Parks
    • Shelbyville- City Police

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    Community-based Tobacco Control Coalition

  • Family Services and Prevention Program
  • Recovery Counseling Services
  • Shelby Baptist Church
  • Shelby Community Health Care
  •  Shelby County Prosecutor
  •  Shelby Senior Services
  • Shelbyville Central Schools
  • Shelbyville Police Department D.A.R.E.
  • Triton Central Elementary
  • Community Indicators

  • Increase the proportion of Indiana school districts that support and implement a comprehensive school strategy against tobacco use.
  • 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

  • Funding for July 2009- June 2011: $60,000