Through with Chew Week

Through with Chew and All That’s New Week is February 21-25 and is dedicated to raising awareness about the many dangerous nicotine-containing products the tobacco industry is marketing, particularly to young people. The statewide campaign is co-sponsored by the Montana Tobacco use Prevention Program…

Get Help Quitting Tobacco in 2011

Extra help available for Montana tobacco users who make New Year’s resolutions to quit Area residents who ring in the New Year by resolving to quit tobacco can receive free help and, for a limited time, take advantage of cost reductions on nicotine replacement therapy,…

Great American Smokeout

This Thursday, November 18th, marks the Great American Smokeout (GASO), an awareness day with over 30 years of history. Each year, this day challenges and encourages smokers to go 24 hours without a cigarette. “While one day may not seem like enough time for…

Flip-Flop Giveaway this Weekend

Tobacco use kills and reACT teens aim to demonstrate the measure of life that it takes. The City-County Health Department’s Tobacco Use Prevention and reACT* programs invite everyone to join in the fight against Big Tobacco with the “Flip-Flop Giveaway”.  This two day event…

Through With Chew Week

Four months after the successful implementation of Montana’s Clean Indoor Air Act, Montanans may think spit tobacco is a safe alternative to smoking, but nothing could be further from the truth. The Cascade City-County Health Department, in collaboration with Great Falls Public Schools, will…

Celebrate Smoke Free MT on October 1st!

The City-County Health Department is celebrating the Clean Indoor Air Act’s full implementation on Thursday October 1st and invite all Montanans to do the same.  Visit your favorite local bar, casino or tavern to show them your support.  “There is no safe level of…