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Will HUD’s Smoke-free Rule Motivate Residents to Quit? Measuring the Number of Public Housing Reside

Monday, July 30, 2018  
Posted by: Natalia Gromov
As we approach the July 31, 2018 deadline for implementation of HUD’s smokefree rule, NAQC is pleased to announce a new report, titled: Will HUD’s Smoke-free Rule Motivate Residents to Quit? Measuring the Number of Public Housing Residents Who Receive Quitline Services. This report provides an overview of the process undertaken by NAQC to develop a standard intake question to assess the number of callers to state quitlines that reside in public housing and to gain adoption of the question. The report includes NAQC’s new time-limited optional intake question, survey information on states that have adopted or intend to adopt the question, and information from 29 states on their activities to support implementation of HUD’s new smokefree rule. Finally, the report features relevant resources from CDC, HUD, and NAQC.

We encourage member to review the report and contact me at mrudie@naquitline.org with questions about the content or the new intake question.

Maria Rudie
NAQC Research Manager

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