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Tobacco Free Larimer County

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Tobacco Free Larimer County (TFLC) supports efforts to prevent and reduce tobacco use and tobacco smoke exposure for people who live in, work in, and visit Larimer County.

TFLC uses proven practices to reduce the health and economic costs associated with tobacco use to improve and promote overall health, well-being, and productivity in all Larimer County communities.

Tobacco Free Larimer County coalition partners include health organizations, government agencies, community-based organizations, schools and colleges, youth groups, parents, and interested community members that work in partnership with Larimer County Department of Health and Environment's Tobacco Prevention Program.

Tobacco Free Larimer County sends electronic updates and facilitates education and collaboration during several meetings a year. For more information on these meetings, call 970-498-6752.

Tobacco-free radio ads

Is using tobacco alien to you? We hope so, but just in case, listen to these radio ads created and recorded by the Tobacco-Free Larimer County Youth Coalition.  Radio ad one | Radio ad two

Tobacco Free Larimer County Youth Coalition

Tobacco Free Larimer County's (TFLC) Youth Coalition is seeking a membership of young people ages 11-19 who have a strong interest in preventing tobacco use among youth. Youth coalition members and adult partners will work together to identify tobacco issues in Larimer County and to promote ways to prevent future tobacco use among young people. If your child or youth group would like more information about this coalition, check out our flyer.

Thinking about quitting tobacco? Tobacco use can create serious problems for your health, your finances, your family, and your friends. Quitting tobacco has immediate benefits.

Call the Colorado QuitLine at 1-800-QUITNOW or learn about other free or low-cost resources to help you quit.

Think hookah is a safe alternative to tobacco? It's not. Learn the facts about hookah.

Fact Sheets

Report a violation – local enforcement of Colorado Clean Indoor Air Act (CCIAA)

Additional state and national tobacco prevention, education, and cessation resources:

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