Care for Their Air: For Family Service Workers

The Office of Head Start and the Environmental Protection Agency want to improve the indoor air quality for children. The Care For Their Air: Promoting Smoke-free Homes and Cars for Head Start Families has a tip sheet showing Family Service Workers the different ways a parent may prevent their child’s exposure to second-hand smoke and become more involved in community prevention efforts.



Have your center look at various ways parents can "Take the Pledge." Options:

  • A one-one-conversation with a family service worker
  • A classroom activity
  • A program for your entire center

Participate in a community event ... For Family Service Workers» [PDF, 163KB]

Care for Their Air: For Family Service Workers. Care for Their Air: Promoting Smoke-free Homes for Head Start Families. HHS/ACF/OHS. 2012. English. [PDF, 163KB].

Last Reviewed: May 2012

Last Updated: August 27, 2014