Cessation

Quitting Smoking

Quitting smoking has immediate benefits and you are not alone if you want to quit. For smokers - especially the 73% who want to quit - there’s never been a better time to kick the habit. There are many ways to quit tobacco that are proven to help smokers quit for good. 

The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line provides telephone counseling as well as access to other resources. Please call or visit the following websites for more information:

For more information on in-person cessation classes, contact Valerie Franklin by phone at 541-274-7252.

No Smoking Rules

Businesses must post signs noting that smoking is prohibited.

As of January 1, 2010 landlords, as part of their rental agreement, are required to disclose their smoking policy. A survey of Oregon renters conducted in July 2008 found that 70% of Oregon renters say they would choose a smoke-free rental.