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Tobacco Prevention & Cessation > Community Programs > Local Community-Based & Minority-Based Partners > Map > Wells County Wells County

Wells County

  • Lead Agency: YMCA of Greater Fort Wayne
  • Coalition Coordinator: Molly Hoag

Contact Information

  • Mailing Address: 311 S. Scott Street; Bluffton, IN 46714
  • Phone: 260-824-5019
  • Fax: 260-824-7054
  • E-mail: cnfmolly@onlyinternet.net

County Data

  • county population
  • demographics breakdown
  • smoking rate

Tobacco Free Policies

Ordinance:

·         No Ordinance

Hospitals and Health Care Facilities:

  • Bluffton Regional Medical Center

Public School Districts:

  • M S D- Bluffton-Harrison

Government Buildings:

County

  • All County Buildings

City

  • Bluffton- City Buildings

Community-based Tobacco Control Coalition

  • Bluffton-Harrison Metropolitan School District
  • Bluffton Police Department
  • Bluffton Regional Medical Center
  • Boys and Girls Club of Wells County
  • Caylor-Nickel Clinic
  • Citizens Against Drug Abuse of Wells County
  • City of Bluffton
  • Governor's Commission for a Drug Free Indiana
  • House of Hope
  • Northern Wells Community Schools
  • Purdue Cooperative Extension Services for Wells County
  • Southern Wells Community Schools
  • Wells County Chamber of Commerce
  • Wells County Health Department
  • Wells County Sheriff's Department
  • Wells County Teen Court
  • Wells County YMCA
  • Wells County Youth as Resources

Community Indicators

  •   Proportion of tobacco free campus policies for hospitals, health care centers, and clinics.
  • Proportion of school districts with tobacco-free campuses.
  • Extent of promotion of the Indiana Tobacco Quitline
  • 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