Free to the public and sponsored by Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (HCSIA), the walk highlights the importance of safe indoor air free from the health hazards of secondhand tobacco smoke.
What does HCSIA stand for?
HCSIA stands for Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (Texas)
This definition appears rarely and is found in the following Acronym Finder categories:
- Organizations, NGOs, schools, universities, etc.
- Hospital Clinical Services Group, Inc. (est. 2007)
- Hyperactive Children's Support Group (UK)
- Housing Corporation Social Housing Grant (UK)
- Harvest Christian School International (Philippines)
- Health Care Service Iconography (medical records)
- Health Care-Social Issues (interdisciplinary academic program)
- High Concrete Structures, Inc. (Denver, PA)
- Home Country Sports Institutes
- Household Credit Services, Inc. (financial services)
- Hudson City Savings Institution (New York)
- Health Care Sharing Incentive Fund (Department of Veterans Affairs; US DoD)
- Health Care Special Interest Group (Open Systems Environment Implementors' Workshop)
- Healthcare Services and Information Network
- Home and Community Services Information System (online state systems; Pennsylvania and Massachusetts)
- Handheld Computer Smoking Intervention Tool
- Henderson Center for Social Justice (University of California Berkeley)
- House Construction Starter Kit
- Harford County Soccer League (Maryland)
- Health Care Systems Leadership Retreat (American Hospital Association)
- Hellenic Complex Systems Laboratory (est. 1993; Greece)
Samples in periodicals archive:
HOUSTON -- With an unwavering determination, Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (HCSIA) will continue to educate Houstonians about safe indoor air and secondhand smoke as a public health threat despite a Houston City Council vote on March 9, approving an amendment to Houston's smoking ordinance that prohibits smoking in restaurant dining areas, but permits smoking in restaurants with ventilated, separate bar areas or in outdoor dining areas and free-standing bars.
HOUSTON -- Houston Communities for Safe Indoor Air (HCSIA), a coalition of nine ethnically diverse community-based nonprofit organizations representing Hispanic, African American, Native American and Asian residents of Houston, held a community rally at City Hall on March 1 to educate Houstonians on the dangers of secondhand smoke carcinogens that kill 53,000 nonsmokers every year.