Tobacco Prevention

According to the Center for Disease Control, tobacco dependence is the most common form of chemical addiction in the United States; naturally-occurring nicotine is fast-acting and may be as addictive as alcohol or heroine. Tobacco dependence is a serious, chronic condition, and quitting may involve several bouts with relapse and withdrawal, but it can and has been done. CHEW works to promote a healthier campus community through activism and awareness against the harms of tobacco use.

Programs and Services

Through tabling, campaigns, policy change, and outreach, Hopkins Kicks Butts (HKB), a student advocacy organization, works to make Homewood a healthier, tobacco-free environment. Join the conversation online through #JHUKickButts.

Additional Websites

Tobacco and Smoking

Maryland Clean Indoor Air Laws