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Steuben County

  • Lead Agency: Drug Free Steuben County/Steuben County Government
  • Coalition Coordinator: Marty McNeal
  • Contact Information

  • Mailing Address: 205 S. Martha, Suite 107; Angola, IN 46703
  • Phone: 260-668-1000
  • Fax: 260-665-2320
  • E-mail: mmcneal@co.steuben.in.us
  • County Data

  • county population
  • demographics breakdown
  • smoking rate
  • Tobacco Free Policies

     

    Hospitals and Health Care Facilities:

  •  Cameron Memorial Community
  • Government Buildings:

    County

    • Annex
    • Jail
    • Community Center
    • Courthouse
    • Highway Department

    City:

    • Fremont- Town Hall
    • Angola- City Police
    • Angola- City Water
    • Angola-City Hall

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    Community-based Tobacco Control Coalition

  •  4-H Junior Leaders
  • Cahoots Coffee Café Outreach (project of the Congregational Church and United Methodist Church)
  • Cameron Counseling Center
  • Cameron Memorial Community Hospital
  • CAVA
  •  Hamilton Community Schools
  •  Fremont Community Schools
  •  MSD of Steuben County
  •  Prairie Heights High Schools
  •  Trine University
  •  Steuben County Health Department
  •   Northeastern Center
  •  Santa's Helpers of Steuben County
  •   St. Anthony of Padua Catholic Church Youth Ministry
  •   Steuben County Child Support
  •  Steuben County Community Corrections
  •  Steuben County Prosecutors Offices
  •  Steuben County Youth Improvement Program
  •  Women in Transition Inc.,
  •  Vestil Manufacturing
  •  VOICE
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    Community Indicators

  • Extent of community activism among youth to support community change that includes youth involved in the VOICE movement.
  • Proportion of tobacco free campus policies for hospitals, health care centers, and clinics.
  • Proportion of school districts with tobacco-free campuses.
  • Extent of promotion of the Indiana Tobacco Quitline
  • Extent of participation by partners within the broad-based coalition.
  • Extent of participation by groups representing disparately affected (i.e. hard to reach) populations in the community. 
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    Funding

  • Funding for July 2009- June 2011: $60,000