What's your reason for quitting?
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.
Learn what Johnson County is doing in prevention/cessation with regular updates.
- Monitor tobacco targeting of youth in retail shops and train youth advocates to audit tobacco marketing;
- Assist healthcare, business, county and municipal government, and housing sectors to establish smoke-free policies;
- Assist healthcare providers, businesses, schools and organizations with tools to help their patients, employees, students and clients quit smoking;
- Provide Young Lungs, Smokebusters and Tar Wars classes for Johnson County elementary students to give them an early foundation of the harms of tobacco products.
- Provide education on emerging tobacco products, trends and state and national policies.
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