Tobacco Control Integration Project (TCIP)
In Oregon, people with lower incomes and lower education levels smoke at more than three times the rate of those with greater resources. The Tobacco Control Integration Project (TCIP) is taking a comprehensive and collaborative approach to reducing this tobacco-use disparity by advancing policies and systems changes at the service-delivery level. TCIP brings what the state's Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) knows about tobacco control to the Oregonians who need it most.
Smokefree Workplace Law
Oregon's community hospitals are playing an active role in reducing the toll of tobacco - A recent review indicates that two-thirds of Oregon hospitals are now 100% smokefree. See which hospitals measured up:
Tobacco-free State Properties
Everyone visiting, working at and doing business on state of Oregon properties should be able to breathe clean, smoke-free air and enjoy outdoor environments free of tobacco litter. That's why Gov. John Kitzhaber has launched the Tobacco-free State Properties Initiative.
Help to Quit
The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line is a free telephone service available to all Oregon residents who want to stop using tobacco. The Quit Line offers you free quitting information, one-on-one telephone counseling, and referrals for you or a loved one.
Oregon teens using more hookah as new smoking lounges open
A study indicates that hookah tobacco smoking among Oregon teen-agers is on the rise, due in part to a proliferation of hookah lounges that may be targeting young people with candy- and cocktail-flavored tobacco, online marketing and a party atmosphere.
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