Young Lungs at Play
Pennsylvania communities are creating tobacco free outdoor spaces for children to play!
Because their bodies are still growing, infants and young children are especially vulnerable to health risks from secondhand smoke. Young Lungs at Play is a program that offers municipalities tools to create outdoor tobacco-free policies at parks, athletic fields, playgrounds, and trails to help protect both children and the environment.
Young Lungs at Play Honor Roll to see a list of participants.
To learn more about Young Lungs at Play in your area, contact your local Regional Primary Contractor.
Impact of Young Lungs at Play in Pennsylvania Map
Young Lungs At Play Toolkit – utilize this toolkit to help community groups promote Young Lungs at Play to municipalities, school districts and sports and recreation organizations and create tobacco free spaces to play!
For more information, please contact:
Sue McLain, Public Health Program Administrator
Department of Health, Bureau of Health Promotion and Risk Reduction
625 Forster Street
Harrisburg, PA 17120