Smokers & Ex-Smokers

You are not alone in your struggle to quit and stay tobacco-free. Learn more about resources and programs like 802 Quits that help Vermonters kick the tobacco habit.

Information for You

How are we doing at promoting tobacco-free policies, helping smokers/tobacco users quit, and reducing the percentage of adults and youth who use tobacco?

Asthma prevalence in Vermont has been higher than the nationwide rate since 2007.

Personal health behaviors — such as poor eating habits, lack of exercise, smoking and excessive drinking — have a major impact on the health of the population and contribute to the leading causes o

Cancer develops gradually as a result of many different factors related to lifestyle choices, environment and genetics. Anyone can develop cancer, but many cancers can be prevented.

Tobacco control is the work of many in Vermont. Best practice calls for state and local organizations to work together to reduce tobacco use, promote tobacco-free policies and support those who want to quit.

Most Vermonters who still smoke want to quit. You may be one of them, or know someone who is trying to quit tobacco. With the right tools and support, you can do it.

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