How to Report a Clean Indoor Air Act Violation

Thanks to the Clean Indoor Air Act, Montana residents get to breathe easier. All enclosed public places and workplaces are required to be smoke free, and must prominently place smoke free signs on all public entrances. If you see a Clean Indoor Air Act violation, please…

Choose Success in 2015; Call the Montana Tobacco Quit Line!

Every New Year’s Eve, thousands of people across Montana resolve to improve their lives, vowing to give up their bad habits in exchange for healthy lifestyles. The Montana Tobacco Quit Line wants to assist people who attempt to quit tobacco and has a free…

Resolutions?

What’s Your Resolution? Did you know that by the end of January, a third of the people that made New Year’s resolutions have already given up? Don’t let that happen to you this year – CCHD has programs that can help! Tobacco Use Quitting…

Great American Smokeout Going Back to College

The Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program (MTUPP), a statewide program of the Montana Department of Public Health and Human Services, is joining forces with the American Cancer Society for this year’s Great American Smokeout. This annual event challenges smokers to quit cigarettes for at…

CCHD Celebrates Kick Butts Day

As part of Kick Butts Day, a nationwide initiative to stop youth tobacco use and second hand smoke exposure, the Cascade City-County Health Department (reACT) is excited to collaborate with the City of Great Falls Park and Recreation Department and the Little Shell Tribe…

What’s Your Resolution?

Did you know that by the end of January, a third of the people that made New Year’s resolutions have already given up? Don’t let that happen to you this year; CCHD has programs that can help! Quitting smoking is one of the most…

New Benefits for the New Year from the MT Tobacco Quit Line

Area residents who ring in the New Year by resolving to quit tobacco can receive free help from the Montana Tobacco Quit Line. The Quit Line offers eight weeks of FREE nicotine replacement therapy, reduced co-pays on Chantix or Bupropion (Zyban), and five proactive…

Alive @ Five Adopts Tobacco Free Events

The Cascade City-County Health Department (CCHD) is proud to announce that in its collaboration with the Downtown Great Falls Association the remaining 2013 Alive @ Five events will be tobacco free. The Alive @ Five events are held in various locations in Great Falls…

EMS Supporting World No Tobacco Day

Every year on May 31st, the World Health Organization and its partners mark World No Tobacco Day, highlighting the health risks associated with tobacco use and advocating for effective policies to reduce tobacco consumption. Tobacco use is the single most preventable cause of death…

CMR High School Fights Youth Tobacco Use

In collaboration with reACT, Montana’s youth tobacco prevention program, young people from CMR High School are joining thousands of kids across the country who are taking part in Kick Butts Day, a nationwide initiative that makes kids leaders in the effort to stop youth…