Tenant Resources & Tools: Get More Smokefree Support


Live Smokefree in Washington, DC

Smokefree Apartment Living Enjoy Smoke-Free Air in Your Apartment

The Smoker Next Door: Handling Unwanted Tobacco Smoke In Apartments And Condominiums


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The Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke: A Report of the Surgeon General, Executive Summary [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services]

2014 Surgeon General’s Report: The Health Consequences of Smoking—50 Years of Progress, Executive Summary Overview [U.S. Department of Health and Human Services]

Up in Flames: The Dangers of Smoking in Apartment Units [Minnesota Smokefree Housing]

Educational Materials 10 Steps to Clean Your Home of Asthma Triggers [EPA]

Let’s Make the Next Generation Tobacco-Free (Consumer Booklet) [U.S. Surgeon General]

What You Need to Know About Smoking [CDC]

Organizing Tools Smoke Free Home Pledge Kit [EPA]

Community Action Toolkit [EPA]


Tips from Former Smokers [CDC]

Why Do You Smoke? [National Cancer Institute]

Talking Points 5 Reasons Why We Are Going Smoke-Free [Oregon Smokefree Housing Project]

Fire Safety [Smokefree Housing New York]

Fact Sheets About Smoking Hazards

Cost Savings Save Money, Save Your Building: Insurance Premiums

Restoring a Smoke Damaged Apartment

Secondhand and Thirdhand Smoke Cannot be Contained Fact Sheet on Secondhand Smoke in Condos and Apartments

Thirdhand Smoke in Apartments and Condos: Recommendations for Landlords and Property Managers

Options for Condo Owners Suffering From Drifting Secondhand Smoke

Residents Prefer Smokefree Housing Smoke-Free Common Interest Communities:

Results of a Survey of Minnesota Owner-Occupants

Legal Help for Tenants Tobacco Control Legal Consortium

Public Law Health Center

Change Lab Solutions


Tobacco Use in the District of Columbia

The Toll of Tobacco in Washington, DC

Smoking and Tobacco Use in Washington, DC (CDC)

State Tobacco Activities and Tracking Evaluation (STATE)

Communities Putting Prevention to Work: Tobacco Use

Local Cessation and Smokefree Resources Breathe DC

1-800 QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669)
Call the DC Quitline to talk with counselors who are trained to help smokers quit.

DC Tobacco Free Coalition

Freedom from Smoking Program [American Lung Association]

Going Smokefree in Multi-Unit Housing [Americans for Non-Smokers Rights]

Smoke-Free Toolkit For Residents [HUD]