It started in Metcalfe and has made its way to New Houlka with 172 additional Mississippi communities and seven counties in between. That describes Mississippi’s nearly twenty-year grassroots journey towards becoming smoke-free. Since Mississippi does not have a state-wide comprehensive lasw to prohibit smoking inside all public places, it has become incumbent upon local entities to ensure that their citizens are protected from secondhand smoke.
A message from our Executive Director, Sandra Shelson, regarding the Annual report. Dear Supporter: Thank you for your continued support of The Partnership for a Healthy Mississippi. As you will see in our Annual Report, because of your belief in our mission and goals, we have made a tremendous impact on changing the culture of behavior in our children to […]