JL Gray has taken their multi-unit housing properties and implemented a smoke-free policy.
Why did they do it?
"Exposure to tobacco smoke can cause serious health problems including lung cancer, heart disease, and stroke. It can also cause asthma and make asthma worse. Secondhand tobacco smoke is especially dangerous for children since it can cause permanent damage to their growing lungs and cause respiratory illnesses like bronchitis and pneumonia, ear infections, and even infant sudden death syndrome (SIDS). “Bobby Griffith CFO of JL Gray. Join JL Gray in providing smoke-free living for all residents.Read more about JL Gray Going Smoke Free Here