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Johnson County is fortunate to have a grant for the Baby & Me Tobacco Free program, an incentive for pregnant women to quit smoking for the health of their baby and themselves. 

The program includes four pre-birth counseling sessions and monthly monitoring to ensure the mother is not smoking. Participants who test smoke-free earn two $25 diaper vouchers pre-delivery and monthly vouchers up to one year following birth, for a possible total of $350 in vouchers.

In addition, a smoker who lives with the pregnant woman can also enroll and earn vouchers.

Johnson County WIC at 600 Ironwood Drive, Suite I in Franklin administers the program for local women. The program is open to all county women regardless of income. 

Information: 317-736-6628

Tobacco Executive Committee

Bob Smith, chair, Johnson County Health Department
John Auld, Franklin Insurance
Ricky Hayes, Salvation Army
Charleen Kennedy, Office Pride
Michelle McMahon, Empower Johnson County
Dana Monson, Johnson Co. Development Corp.
Donald Peek, Jr., U.S. Army Ret., Veterans Advocate
Doreen St. Clair, Franklin College Professor Emeritus
Erin Slevin, Community Wellness Coordinator, Purdue Extension
Tracy Smith, Director, Johnson County WIC
Eileen Williams, Co-Director, Partnership for a Healthier Johnson Co.

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