Resources

Today, many organizations across Washington state and the nation are working to promote good health and provide people with the tools and information they need to protect themselves from secondhand smoke and tobacco. Explore the following sites for more information on tobacco and secondhand smoke issues:

Washington State Tobacco Quit Line

The quit line will put you in touch with a quit coach who will help you create your own plan to quit smoking, answer your questions and send you easy-to-follow materials that will help you take control of the quit process.
www.quitline.com

Washington State Department of Health Tobacco Prevention and Control Program

Provides information on the Washington State Department of Health’s tobacco programs, including prevention, cessation and secondhand smoke.
www.doh.wa.gov/Tobacco/

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention-Tobacco Information and Prevention Source

Provides in-depth research results, local and national reports, and tips to quit.
www.cdc.gov/tobacco

Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)

Offers recent news, statistics, and ways to protect yourself and your loved ones from secondhand smoke.
www.epa.gov/smokefree

World Health Organization

Provides leadership on global health issues, including reports and information on global tobacco control.
www.who.int/gho/phe/secondhand_smoke/en

The American Legacy Foundation

The American Legacy Foundation says: Re-learn how to handle stress without cigarettes and stay quit for good, free at www.BecomeAnEx.org.





  • Last Updated: 09/27/12

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