Tobacco Prevention and Cessation
The Arkansas Department of Health is leading the charge in tobacco control across the state of Arkansas. The Tobacco Prevention and Cessation program, launched in 2001, is aimed at reducing the burden of tobacco use by Arkansans. This program is charged with developing and implementing a statewide and comprehensive tobacco education, prevention and cessation program. Each program component is developed and implemented based on evidence-based strategies outlined in the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Best Practices and Comprehensive Tobacco Control Programs.
Tobacco use is the leading preventable cause of disease, death, and disability. Tobacco kills more people than alcohol, AIDS, car crashes, illegal drugs, murders, and suicides combined.
For information regarding available trainings and educational materials, please visit the Stamp Out Smoking site for a list of healthcare providers.
For a user guidge on how comprehensive tobacco control programs can work to achieve health equity
in tobacco prevention and control, click here.
- Arkansas Tobacco Settlement Commission Programs
- Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
- CDC: Smoking and Tobacco Use
- Surgeon General Fact Sheets and Reports
- Surgeon General Report: E-Cigarette Use Among Youth and Adults
- Tobacco Control Network 2016 Policy Recommendation Guide
|Strategic Plan to Prevent and Reduce Tobacco Use: 2014-2019|
|Progress Report: 2014 and 2015 | TPCP Program Infographic|
|Tobacco Data Deck 2017|
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