Theresa Zubretsky, Community Engagement Coordinator here at Capital District Tobacco-Free Communities, was interviewed by Spectrum News earlier this week. She discussed the ongoing process of trying to keep e-cigarettes away from youth. Here's read more »
On Thursday Nov. 21, 2019 and Friday Nov. 22, 2019, CDTFC partnered with SADD Clubs at Columbia High School and Goff Middle School for this year's Great American Smokeout. Historically, the event encourages people to quit smoking for a day. read more »
Despite a vote of 18 in favor and 17 opposed (1 abstention), Albany County's proposed law to restrict the sale of all flavored tobacco products did not pass at last night's meeting of the Legislature. Three legislators were not present for the read more »
Well the weather might be a bit frightful. But hot cocoa is always delightful. Come share the message that #FlavorsHookKids. We know you'll be glad that you did.
We get it, its cold out, and we want to make sure you are comfy and warm during read more »
On October 11, Capital District Tobacco-Free Communities held an event at Bethlehem Central Middle School to educate the students about the dangers of flavored tobacco products and tobacco marketing. This event was held in advance of “Seen read more »