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Smoking cessation and tobacco prevention

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Find out about Smoke Free Champaign-Urbana to find out about regulations in Illinois and get printable signs. You can also file a smoking complaint form online.

Smoke-free Illinois has a variety of materials available that will be helpful to the general public. Sample signs are available at the Web site. These are samples since the rules are not finalized.


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Tobacco Prevention

The Illinois Tobacco Free Communities Grant focuses on seven components of community tobacco prevention: tobacco education in the schools, counter-marketing campaigns, tobacco use cessation programs, enforcement of tobacco laws, administration/management and evaluation. The programs are conducted in partnership with other organizations and supported by the Champaign County Tobacco Prevention Coalition.

The Illinois Tobacco-Free Communities Grant includes many programs that address tobacco prevention, smoking cessation, healthy lifestyles, and tobacco laws. These programs reach a diversity of residents in Champaign County.

Tobacco Cessation

We have several cessation programs starting in September, October and November, contact Nikki Hillier 531-2914 for more information. Also, be sure to check out our smoking cessation resources below.

Check out our online Step-By-Step program kits.

Link to the Thinking of Quitting Smoking Printable Booklet (PDF)
Link to the Ready to Quit Smoking Printable Booklet (PDF)

WANT TO TALK ABOUT HOW TO QUIT SMOKING?

CALL THE AMERICAN LUNG ASSOCIATION QUITLINE:
1-866-QUIT-YES (1-866-784-8937)
Addiction specialists are there to help you!
The QUITLINE is staffed from 7 a.m. to 9 p.m. Central Time.

Smoking Cessation Resources.

These files are in pdf format.
Evening Freedom From Smoking
Break the Habit
Thinking of Quitting
Ready to Quit Step by

For additional help quitting, please call the Illinois Tobacco Quitline 1-866-QuitYES

For information and facts about smoking from the National Library of Medicine English and Spanish.