Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable
death in the United States. Tobacco harms the body
causing many diseases and affecting the health of
people who use it. If you don't use tobacco, don't
start. If you use tobacco, quit. Quitting tobacco
has immediate as well as long term benefits for you
and your loved ones. Avoid breathing secondhand
smoke as even small amounts are harmful.
Learn more about the harmful effects of tobacco
use and secondhand smoke from the pages and
resources listed below
Approximately 70% of smokers
want to quit.
If you are interested in learning more
about quitting click the more button below.
Please be aware that the Washington State
Quit Line 1-800-QUIT-NOW is no longer able
to serve everyone who calls them.
For more information Quit Line Services
please Click here.
here for more information on...
- What Happens After You Quit
- Five Keys for Quitting
There is no safe exposure to
- To learn more about the Smoking in
Public Places Law or how to report a
- To learn more about Secondhand Smoke
and its health effects,
the places where exposure often occurs is in or
around people’s housing.
- To find out more about smoke-free
housing, including information for
landlords and renters,
The Youth Access Law
prevents minors from purchasing or
possessing tobacco products.
- Youth Access Law
- Report a Violation