Lincoln County Tobacco Prevention Program
Lincoln County’s Tobacco Prevention Program seeks to reduce tobacco use and exposure to secondhand and thirdhand smoke. The TPP offers information, education, and training to support individual behavior change as well as smoke-free environments. The program is committed to serving the diverse health needs of the community and to improve overall quality of life in Lincoln County.
This program has made significant strides to reduce tobacco use in both youth and adults in Montana and continues to help Montanans quit. We educate youth on the dangers of using tobacco before they start and provide resources for parents, youth and adults on prevention and quitting for good.
TOBACCO QUIT LINE
Quitline offers free access to useful tools and information to make it easier to quit.
People who use the Montana Tobacco Quit Line are 7 to 10 times more likely to quit than those trying to quit on their own.
Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit the QuitLine Website
The Quit Line is more than just a phone number.
The Quit Line can help you with a free personalized quit plan. Once enrolled in the Quit Line services, they will work with you on options to help you quit the tobacco habit for good. Some of the these services may include:
- A personal coach to help you through the process
- Free Nicotine replacement therapy (i.e. gum, patches, lozenges)
- Reduced cost or no cost medications to quit your nicotine addiction
- Free Educational Materials on stopping tobacco use