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Noble, OK (May 12, 2017) – The City of Noble was honored Friday for its efforts to improve health and quality of life with a TSET Healthy Communities Incentive Grant.

Noble received a $25,000 TSET Healthy Communities Incentive Grant for making all city property tobacco-free and vapor-free, adopting street and zoning policies that improve walkability and promoting community gardens and farmer markets. All of these efforts help encourage residents to live healthy, active, tobacco-free lifestyles.

Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline Offers Free Services for Those Thinking About Quitting 

OKLAHOMA CITY – May 10, 2017 — This Mother’s Day, May 14, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline wishes Oklahoma mothers and their families a happy, healthy and tobacco-free life.

The TSET Healthy Living Program of Logan County seeks ways to help every entity and individual in the county be the healthiest they can be

From Communities of Excellence to the TSET Healthy Living Program, the TSET community-based grantee in Logan County has built a legacy of fostering partnerships to improve the health of county residents.

Fairview, OK (April 28, 2017) – The City of Fairview and Fairview Public Schools were honored Friday for their efforts to improve health and quality of life with TSET Healthy Incentive Grants. In total, the community and school received $23,000 in grant funds from TSET for local projects to improve health. 

Oklahoma City, OK (March 28, 2017) - The TSET Board of Directors on Tuesday approved a $3,000 incentive grant award to Colcord Public Schools as part of the TSET Healthy Schools Incentive Grant Program.

The district plans on using the funds to improve the safety of the student pick-up area, sidewalk repair and to add fencing and an entrance gate.


Julie Bisbee

Julie Bisbee
Director of Public Information and Outreach