Tag: Housing Inequality

5 Things to Know about NYCHA's New Policy

06 | 18 | 2018
The U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD) recently issued a new regulation requiring all federally-funded public housing to be smoke-free
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Smoking Disclosure

Smoking Disclosure

04 | 10 | 2018
Updated July 20, 2018   The New York City Department of Health and Mental Hygiene published a guide explaining the purpose of Local Law 147 and offers
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2017 Tobacco Control Reflections

12 | 18 | 2017
Written by Julia Cuthbertson, Brooklyn Community Engagement Coordinator   As 2017 comes to an end, we should reflect upon the major strides that New York
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Mapping New York City

Mapping New York City

12 | 04 | 2017
Written by, Deidre Sully, Director of NYC Smoke-Free   NYC Smoke-Free has worked to engage and educate NYC communities for over the past 20 years. Our efforts
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NYC Smoke-Free 2016 Year in Review

NYC Smoke-Free 2016 Year in Review

01 | 05 | 2017
2017 marks the 15th anniversary of New York City's landmark Smoke-Free Air Act of 2002. As we plan for a year-long celebration starting in June 2017 through
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NYCHA to Go Smoke-Free!

NYCHA to Go Smoke-Free!

12 | 05 | 2016
By August 2018, more than 400,000 New Yorkers who depend on public housing from the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) will receive protection from
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HUD Proposes Smoke-Free Public Housing

09 | 26 | 2016
Nearly one million households will receive protection from harmful secondhand smoke pollution in their homes if a U.S. Department of Housing and Urban
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Senior Residence in Corona will be Entirely Smoke-Free

07 | 21 | 2015
New HANAC Inc. Development includes 68 Affordable Rentals and 5,000 sq ft Child Development Center July 21, 2015 – Today, HANAC Inc. announced that their
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High-Profile City Hall Ad Campaign Raises Awareness for Smoke-Free Housing

04 | 28 | 2015
All over City Hall, the message is clear: Everyone deserves to breathe clean, smoke-free air in their homes.  NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio and U.S. Senator Chuck
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