Tobacco Reports

The Ingham County Health Department in cooperation with the Ingham County Sheriff Department and local Law Enforcement Agencies are working to keep tobacco from addicting children under the age of 18. Your experience may provide insight into stores that sell tobacco to a minor when they are not present.

  • Smoke Free Michigan Powerpoint report on the changes in Michigan as of May 1, 2010
  • Report Tobacco Sales to Minors Form
  • Ingham County Tobacco Information The Ingham County Health Department has several programs and projects that work to eliminate unnecessary exposure to tobacco smoke. Help is also available for those that want to quit their tobacco addiction, to report exposure or to get help to reduce exposure to tobacco smoke in our community.


Epidemiological Profiles
  • Michigan Epidemiological Profile Focusing on Abuse of Alcohol, Prescription Drugs, Tobacco, and Mental Health Indicators.
  • Community Epidemiological Profile  Profiles of 5 Coordinating Agencies: Bay Arenac Behavioral Health (BABH)/Riverhaven Coordinating Agency; Kalamazoo Community Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services; Mid-South Substance Abuse Commission; Pathways to Healthy Living; and Western Upper Peninsula Substance Abuse Services. This report is one of a series of community epidemiological profiles on substance use and mental health in Michigan.

Other Documents


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