The West Virginia Tobacco Quitline provides highly trained, certified phone
coaches to help participants quit tobacco. The program also offers nicotine
replacement therapy for qualified enrollees, and information and materials on
The goal of the West Virginia Youth Tobacco Prevention Program is to prevent
our young people from trying or using tobacco products and to assist the youth
who do use tobacco products in reducing the amount they use or quitting...
West Virginia’s Clean Indoor Air Program’s goal is to eliminate exposure to
secondhand smoke in the home, workplace, and in public venues such as bars,
bowling alleys, and restaurants...
Trying to quit smoking, but still need to take that first step? Set your quit date with CDC Tobacco Free on March 1st. Join them for 30 Smokefree Days of helpful tips andexclusive content on how to quit and stick with it. It’s never too late to quit!
In 2000, the prevalence of never-smoking (never tried cigarettes, not even one or two puffs) among HS students was 25.7% (about 21,506 students), compared to the prevalence of 53.2% (about 40,747 students) in 2013 Read more in the 2013 WV Youth Tobacco Survey
The 2015 WV Division of Tobacco Prevention Progress Report is now avalable. Click here for access.
SMOKING AND PREGNANCY
CLEFT PALATE PREVENTION
What Clinicians Need to Know about Smoking
Revised Graph Series - Tobacco Data
Reduce Tobacco Use and Associated Conditions in WV (May 2016)
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