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Tobacco Prevention and Education Program

Clackamas County Tobacco Fact Sheet Smoke Free Oregon

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Helping People Quit Tobacco

The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line helps you create a quit plan to get ready, take action and live tobacco-free.  Quit Coaches, many of whom are former smokers, never pressure you to quit before you're ready.  They know how hard it is to change old habits but they also know that with the right tools and support, it is possible to quit for good

The Oregon Quit Line

Smoke-free Living

We enforce the Smoke-free Workplace Law, and assist housing managers, businesses, cities, and colleges in creating additional smoke-free environments.

Smoke-free workplaces

The Oregon Smokefree Workplace Law requires nearly all indoor workplaces to be completely smoke-free and to not allow the use of inhalant delivery systems such as e-cigarettes. In addition, these restriction apply to areas within 10 feet of doorways, windows and ventilation intakes.

If your business needs new decals that include the 2016 vaping restriction, you may contact Kirsten Ingersoll at 503-742-5954 or print your own signs.

If you observe or note a possible violation of the law, you can report it to the Oregon Public Health Division for investigation and further action.

Report online or call 1-866-621-6107


Tobacco-free parks

Tobacco-free parks are becoming the norm everywhere.  Estacada, Happy Valley, Lake Oswego, and Wilsonville have tobacco-free parks for their visitors to enjoy.  Is your park tobacco-free?  Contact us!

Preventing Youth Tobacco Use

We partner with community members of all ages to work on countering tobacco marketing and reducing tobacco use among youth.  Contact us for information on getting involved!


Tobacco Free Kids
News, articles, and factsheets about tobacco; international information; tobacco advertising gallery; options for youth to get involved and take action.

U.S Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and Electronic Cigarettes

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Help with quitting; state and community resources; upcoming tobacco control events.

For more information on the Tobacco Prevention Program, please contact Scott France at 503-742-5340

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