KnowSmoke is a community organization whose mission is to promote a tobacco free county through
education, cessation and prevention.
This FREE class can help smokers manage cravings, thoughts, and social relationships to maximize quit rates and remain smoke-free.
Classes are 4 weeks - 8 sessions from 2:00-3:30
Upcoming Class Dates
December 5, 2017
December 12, 2017
December 19, 2017
December 26, 2017
Location: Access Health 1200 Ransom St., Muskegon, MI 49442
To register contact Cyndi Powers at (231) 672-3211
MUSKEGON Zombie Walk 2017
The 2017 KnowSmoke Zombie Walk was a tremendous success with over 230 participants walking through downtown Muskegon. The fifth annual event promoted the next smoke-free generation message while highlighting the health risks of addiction and tobacco use.
The event started at the L.C. Walker Arena where participants could take advantage of classes on how to walk and dance like a zombie and have zombie makeup applied. As the horde descended upon Hackley Park, they were educated and entertained with educational skits, music, and dancing. This year's event had help from the Hackley Community Care Teen Health Center's Youth Advisory Committee (YAC), who planned and implemented the walk, and Mona Shores High School, who developed promotional videos shared in the community. This KnowSmoke Zombie Walk was supported by 20 different organizations, and over 50 volunteer humans made the event possible. Each year, the zombies take over downtown Muskegon in support of becoming a smoke-free generation.
Stay tuned for more information at knowsmokezombiewalk.org.
The coalition gives presentations and provides public information about the negative health effects of tobacco. It educates the public about dangers of second-hand smoke and aims to reduce youth access to tobacco.
Providing information, free classes, and resources on how to quit smoking
To help smokers quit tobacco, the coalition provides tobacco treatment information to Muskegon County residents, while ever increasing the availability of cessation resources to reach more people in the community. Contact us to help you quit, or call:
We ranked 81 out of 82 for health behaviors for the University of Wisconsin Community Health Rankings, 2016.
7.5% of high school students reported smoking a whole cigarette in the past 30 days. (Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth, 2015).
17.9% of high school students had ever smoked a whole cigarette, 6.8% had done so before age 13. (Michigan Profile for Healthy Youth, 2015).
county vs. state
21% of the state smokes, only 20% of Muskegon County (University of Wisconsin Community Health Rankings, 2016).
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