The U.S Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) announced that public housing
developments in the U.S. were to go smoke-free by July 30, 2018. Implementation of this rule presents a unique opportunity for behavioral health and other health care service providers to support public housing agencies (PHAs), housing owners, and housing agents to assist tenants who want to quit smoking.
To learn more, download the full infographic.
Explore our additional resources on public housing:
- Read our blog Building Healthier Housing: How Behavioral Health Providers Can Support Smoke-Free Public Housing
- Watch our webinar Partnering with Public Housing to Reduce Tobacco Use
- View the CDC’s Tips for Organizations Serving Public Housing Residents which has a number of resources, including free posters and a cessation flyer promoting free resources to download and print (available in English and Spanish).