Florida Department of Health
Bureau of Tobacco Free Florida
Vision: A Tobacco Free Life for all Floridians
Mission: Working to protect all Floridians from the dangers of inhaled nicotine and secondhand smoke exposure, through evidence-based tobacco prevention and cessation programs, with an emphasis on youth and other vulnerable populations.
Address: 6852 Belfort Oaks Place
Jacksonville, Florida 32216
Grantee Name: Jen Emmons
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The mission of Tobacco Free Nassau is to mobilize community partners to establish long-lasting system and policy changes that promote tobacco-free social norms in order to prevent use and exposure to tobacco products, and support tobacco cessation.
County SWAT Information
To learn more about the Florida SWAT program, visit www.swatflorida.com. If you are interested in learning how to join the Nassau County SWAT Chapter, please email Youth Coordinator, Julie Collins: julie@civcom.
Youth tobacco use remains a serious problem in Nassau County. The 2018 Florida Youth Tobacco Survey suggests: 36% youth ages 11–17 has used a tobacco product; 31% of youth have tried vaping; 59% of youth report exposure to secondhand smoke/vapor.
Tobacco Free Nassau Advisory Council Meeting
Tuesday, March 17, 2020@ 04:00 PM
Fernandina Beach Police Department
1525 Lime Street
Fernandina Beach, Florida 32034
Tobacco Free Nassau is an action-oriented partnership that generally meets on a bi-monthly basis. Our meetings are open to the public. Meetings take place from 4 - 5pm at the Fernandina Beach Police Department Community Room. RSVP to Jen@civcom.com
Civic Communications (CivCom) is the state of Florida grantee responsible for the tobacco prevention programs of Duval, St. Johns, Nassau, and Flagler counties. These programs support tobacco-free partnerships and Students Working Against Tobacco.
This program is managed by CivCom.