(765) 471-9916

100 Saw Mill Rd. STE 2204
Lafayette, IN 47905

Meetings and Events


August 23

Webinar: Toxic Stress, Toxic Consequences:

Helping Youth Thrive under Pressure

1:00 p.m. - 2:30 p.m. 


August 24

Indiana Commission to Combat Drug Abuse


2:00 p.m.

Indiana Government Center South

Conference Room B



August 28

Reducing Opioid Misuse and Abuse Webinar

2:00 p.m.

Click Here to Register!


August 30

Executive Committee Meeting

4:00 p.m.

100 Saw Mill Road



September 6

Monthly Meeting

4:00 p.m.

1st Floor Conference Room

100 Saw Mill Road



September 9

New Life Conference

9:00am - 4:00pm 

River City Church

108 Beck Lane


Click Here to Register!


September 12-13

2017 IN ARMS Conference

Marriott East in Indianapolis

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September 13

Heroin Community Task Force Meeting

10:30 a.m.

1st Floor Conference Rm

100 Saw Mill Road



September 14

Prescription Drug Drop Off

11:30 - 1:30 p.m.

West Lafayette Police Department

711 W Navajo St.

West Lafayette 


September 27

Executive Committee Meeting

4:00 - 5:00 p.m.

1st Floor Conference Room

100 Saw Mill Road



October 4

Monthly Meeting

4:00 - 5:30 p.m.

1st Floor Conference Room

100 Saw Mill Road



October 28

Lafayette Police Department

Drug Take Back Event 

10:00 - 2:00 p.m.

Lafayette Police Department

Training Center

1301 South Street



November 15

Labor of Love Infant

Mortality Summit

JW Marriott

10 S. West St.


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Tobacco Prevention

1-800-Quit Now

The Indiana Tobacco Quitline 1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) is a free phone-based counseling service that helps Indiana tobacco users quit. Are you ready to stop smoking? Simply call 1-800-QUIT-NOW from 8am to 3am, 7 days-a-week to talk to a trained Quit Coach and receive immediate benefits, like a free two-week supply of nicotine patches or gum.

Smoke Free Air

Smoke free Indiana

Everyone Deserves Smoke free Air! Smoke free air is good for health and good for the community!

Consider the risks.....

  • Secondhand smoke causes an estimated 53,000 deaths annually due to heart disease, lung disease and other related diseases.
  • Although 76 percent of white collar workers are covered by smoke free policies, just 52 percent of blue collar workers and 43 percent of food service workers benefit from these protections.
  • The medical costs and economic losses to nonsmokers suffering from lung cancer or heart disease due to secondhand smoke are estimated to total nearly $6 billion a year in the U.S.
  • For every 8 smokers who die from smoking, one nonsmoker is killed by secondhand smoke.

No one should have to choose between their job and their health!
Visit www.worksmokefree.org for more information.


Other Forms of Tobacco

This information is provided in collaboration with the Purdue Student Wellness Office and the American Pharmacists Association- Academy of Student Pharmacists at Purdue.



What are they?

  • Battery operated devices that resemble regular cigarettes
  • Function by vaporizing a nicotine solution to create a mist that is then inhaled by the user
  • Available in a variety of flavors and different nicotine strengths


  • May contain cancer-causing chemicals and toxic chemicals such as anti-freeze
  • Quality and amount of nicotine and other chemicals in these products is not regulated
  • Advertized amounts of nicotine sometimes differ from the actual concentration within the cartridge

A Safe Alternative to Cigarettes? The e-cigarette still contains nicotine and many toxic substances found in regular cigarettes which could cause cancer. Since nicotine is still present the risk of addiction is the same as regular cigarettes.



What is it?

  • A device used to smoke specially made tobacco in a variety of flavors
  • Designed with a long tube passing through an urn of water that cools the smoke as it is drawn through the tube

Hazards: Hookah smoking can cause cancer, heart disease, respiratory problems, nicotine dependence and low birth weight in babies.


A Safe Alternative to Cigarettes? In a typical 60 minute hookah smoking session, a person can inhale as much smoke as a cigarette smoker inhales from 100 cigarettes. In this session, a hookah smoker takes in more nicotine and toxic substances than someone who would be smoking a regular cigarette.


Dissolvable Tobacco::

What is it?

  • Tobacco product place in the mouth where it dissolves to release the tobacco
  • Products come in pellet, strip, and stick form and are spit-free

Hazards: Similar to users of spit or chew tobacco, the use of dissolvables may pose health risks such as cancer (lip, esophagus, pharynx, larynx, pancreas and stomach) and mouth disease.


A Safe Alternative to Cigarettes?

  • May contain up to three times the amount of nicotine found in one cigarette
  • Smokers may get a higher nicotine dose than they are used to, leading to possible nicotine poisoning
  • Dissolvable products contain cancer causing substances

For more information about secondhand smoke, quitting smoking, and other tobacco prevention resouces, please contact:


Jessica Warbritton

Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Coalition 

765-447-7683 or This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it..


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