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Policy Brief
Using the 2014–2019 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) combined adult data and existing state, county, and city tobacco control policies and neighborhood-level data on social drivers of health, this brief examines variations in local tobacco policies and their relationship with smoking behaviors, particularly among priority populations disproportionately impacted by tobacco.
Policy Brief
Using the 2014–2019 California Health Interview Survey (CHIS) combined adult data and existing state, county, and city tobacco control policies and neighborhood-level data on social drivers of health, this brief examines variations in local tobacco policies and their relationship with smoking behaviors, particularly among priority populations disproportionately impacted by tobacco.
Policy Brief
The proportion of Californians reporting exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) from tobacco and marijuana and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) vapor has grown over time, despite an increasing number of smoke-free local laws in the last 10 years. Residents of market-rate, privately owned multi-unit housing (MUH) — e.g., apartments — are particularly at risk of drifting SHS.
Policy Brief
The proportion of Californians reporting exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) from tobacco and marijuana and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) vapor has grown over time, despite an increasing number of smoke-free local laws in the last 10 years. Residents of market-rate, privately owned multi-unit housing (MUH) — e.g., apartments — are particularly at risk of drifting SHS.
Policy Brief
The proportion of Californians reporting exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) from tobacco and marijuana and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) vapor has grown over time, despite an increasing number of smoke-free local laws in the last 10 years. Residents of market-rate, privately owned multi-unit housing (MUH) — e.g., apartments — are particularly at risk of drifting SHS.
Policy Brief
The proportion of Californians reporting exposure to secondhand smoke (SHS) from tobacco and marijuana and electronic cigarette (e-cigarette) vapor has grown over time, despite an increasing number of smoke-free local laws in the last 10 years. Residents of market-rate, privately owned multi-unit housing (MUH) — e.g., apartments — are particularly at risk of drifting SHS.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) aims to increase the use of clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles who are 50+ years old. HAPPI uses an evidence-based model, SPARC, to leverage existing resources and link community resources.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) aims to increase the use of clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved Latinos and African Americans in South Los Angeles who are 50+ years old. HAPPI uses an evidence-based model, SPARC, to leverage existing resources and link community resources.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) is a multisectoral collaboration that aims to increase use of recommended cancer screening and other clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved African American and Latino adults aged 50 and older in South Los Angeles.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) is a multisectoral collaboration that aims to increase use of recommended cancer screening and other clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved African American and Latino adults aged 50 and older in South Los Angeles.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) is a multisectoral collaboration that aims to increase use of recommended cancer screening and other clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved African American and Latino adults aged 50 and older in South Los Angeles.
Journal Article
The Healthy Aging Partnerships in Prevention Initiative (HAPPI) is a multisectoral collaboration that aims to increase use of recommended cancer screening and other clinical preventive services (CPS) among underserved African American and Latino adults aged 50 and older in South Los Angeles.
Policy Brief
Secondhand smoke is dangerous to a person’s health at any level of exposure. Yet policies that prevent smoking are not in place for a majority of market-rate multi-unit housing complexes, according to this survey of nearly 1,000 apartment dwellers in the city of Los Angeles. Approximately 37 percent of respondents reported that secondhand smoke had drifted into their apartments in the past year.
Policy Brief
Secondhand smoke is dangerous to a person’s health at any level of exposure. Yet policies that prevent smoking are not in place for a majority of market-rate multi-unit housing complexes, according to this survey of nearly 1,000 apartment dwellers in the city of Los Angeles. Approximately 37 percent of respondents reported that secondhand smoke had drifted into their apartments in the past year.
Policy Brief
Secondhand smoke is dangerous to a person’s health at any level of exposure. Yet policies that prevent smoking are not in place for a majority of market-rate multi-unit housing complexes, according to this survey of nearly 1,000 apartment dwellers in the city of Los Angeles. Approximately 37 percent of respondents reported that secondhand smoke had drifted into their apartments in the past year.
Policy Brief
Secondhand smoke is dangerous to a person’s health at any level of exposure. Yet policies that prevent smoking are not in place for a majority of market-rate multi-unit housing complexes, according to this survey of nearly 1,000 apartment dwellers in the city of Los Angeles. Approximately 37 percent of respondents reported that secondhand smoke had drifted into their apartments in the past year.
Fact Sheet
This fact sheet highlights preliminary findings from a survey of 93 multi-unit  housing property owners and managers in the city of Los Angeles regarding smoke-free policies in their buildings. Initial results indicate that most properties in the area do not have smoke-free policies in place, but property owners with and without policies are largely supportive of these policies.
Fact Sheet
This fact sheet highlights preliminary findings from a survey of 93 multi-unit  housing property owners and managers in the city of Los Angeles regarding smoke-free policies in their buildings. Initial results indicate that most properties in the area do not have smoke-free policies in place, but property owners with and without policies are largely supportive of these policies.
Fact Sheet
This fact sheet highlights preliminary findings from a survey of 93 multi-unit  housing property owners and managers in the city of Los Angeles regarding smoke-free policies in their buildings. Initial results indicate that most properties in the area do not have smoke-free policies in place, but property owners with and without policies are largely supportive of these policies.
Fact Sheet
This fact sheet highlights preliminary findings from a survey of 93 multi-unit  housing property owners and managers in the city of Los Angeles regarding smoke-free policies in their buildings. Initial results indicate that most properties in the area do not have smoke-free policies in place, but property owners with and without policies are largely supportive of these policies.