Americans for Non-Smokers' Rights (ANR)

ANR provides training and technical assistance, plus a great deal of data, on secondhand smoke science and policy development. They have specific information on smoke-free multi-unit housing that may be helpful.

American Lung Association (ALA)

ALA has smoke-free housing resources on its website.

The Centers for Disease Control (CDC)

The CDC has a page on its website on smoke-free multi-unit housing.

ChangeLab Solutions

ChangeLab Solutions, based in California, provides technical assistance on a host of public health issues, including smoke-free multi-unit housing.

NC Healthy Homes

NC Healthy Homes provides general information to the public on healthy homes issues and is designed to provide health, housing, and community organization professionals access to resources for their work in educating North Carolina residents about maintaining a healthy home and in improving health outcomes.

NC Tobacco Prevention and Control Branch (TPCB)

TPCB works to build support for proven strategies to prevent the initiation of smoking and other tobacco use, eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke, help tobacco-users quit and identify and eliminate tobacco-related health disparities among N.C. populations and communities. Each of North Carolina’s Public Health Regions has an assigned Tobacco Control Regional Manager, who can assist you with local policies and programs. Find a map and contact information here.

Quitline NC

QuitlineNC provides free, one-on-on support to help people who smoke quit.

Public Health Law Center

The Public Health Law Center, based in Minnesota, helps states and communities develop healthier policies. They offer extensive resources on the issue of smoke-free multi-unit housing.

US Department of Housing and Urban Development (HUD)

HUD, which made its properties smoke-free in 2018, has a page on smoke-free public housing.


NCDHHS, Division of Public Health
North Carolina Public Health