is to improve and protect the health of North
Dakotans by reducing the negative health and economic consequences of the
state's number-one cause of preventable disease and death --- tobacco use.
is to reduce disease, disability and death related to
tobacco use by:
- Preventing initiation among youth and young adults
- Promoting quitting among adults and youth
- Eliminating exposure to secondhand smoke
- Identifying and eliminating tobacco-related disparities among specific population groups
|On December 6, 2012, ALL North Dakota worksites become smoke
free. There is no better time to quit tobacco. NDQuits offers
users the option of using telephone, online or mobile services.
Enrollees can use one of the options or all of them in
combination - whatever works for you.
Enrollees receive the following:
- Professional counseling and advice
- 24/7/365 support from other quitters around the world
- QuitTips e-mail messages and access to recorded messages that help the
- Online calculators that help tobacco users figure how much money
they've saved or how many days they've added to their life
- Free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges to help with quitting (for
here and find your way that fits with NDQuits!
2012 Smoke-free law
2012 Smoke-free law brochure
For more information or enforcement questions, click
Cessation (Quitting) Programs
Tobacco Fact Sheets
Information for Health-Care Providers
Laws and Ordinances
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