About Us

Who We Are

The Tobacco Free Lancaster County (TFLC) coalition consists of over 30 community partner agencies and passionate individuals. The coalition works with partners to educate community members about issues related to tobacco and e-cigarette use and exposure.

The mission of TFLC is to promote health by eliminating the use of and exposure to tobacco and e-cigarette products.  Our vision is to see Lincoln and Lancaster County as tobacco and e-cigarette free communities. We want to achieve this vision by applying the values of advocacy, inclusivity, collective impact, education, and service.

TFLC’s Goals Are To:

Influence tobacco related prevention activities, which impact Lincoln and Lancaster County.

Improve community health by educating the community.

Advocate for policies that reduce tobacco & e-cigarette use and exposure.

Engage a variety of agencies, businesses, and individuals in prevention activities. 

Read about our latest accomplishments in our E-newsletter.

If you are interested in supporting local tobacco and e-cigarette prevention efforts, join us at one of our upcoming 2021 quarterly meetings. Meetings are held at 9 a.m. at the Lincoln-Lancaster County Health Department.
January 12
April 13
July 13
October 12

To Accomplish Our Goals, the Coalition has Four Task Forces:

Business & School Campus Policy

Youth Tobacco Prevention

Communications Task Force

Smoke-Free Housing

If you are interested in helping on one of these task forces, please contact the chairperson.
You can also join us for our quarterly coalition meeting. Call (402) 441-8045 or e-mail for location.

Community Partners

The information and materials contained on this website are for informational purposes only and are not offered or intended to be and should not be construed to be legal advice nor to be a substitute for obtaining legal advice from a licensed attorney. All information on this site is a public record and subject to Nebraska’s Open Government and Public Records laws. Funding for this Website provided by the Nebraska Department of Health & Human Services/Tobacco Free Nebraska Program as a result of the Tobacco Master Settlement Agreement.

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