For all Alaskans to live healthy and tobacco-free lives
Provide leadership, coordinate resources, and promote efforts that support Alaskans in living healthy and tobacco-free lives.
Alaska Tobacco Prevention and Control Program - Main
Our Program Goals to achieve our mission:
- Eliminate exposure to environmental tobacco smoke;
- Identify and eliminate disparities experienced by population groups relative to tobacco and its use;
- Promote quitting among adults and youth; and
- Prevent initiation of tobacco use among youth.
Tobacco Prevention and Control Timeline
Tobacco Prevention and Control Annual Report
Alaska Tobacco Facts
State Planning Publications
Alaska's Tobacco Quit Line: FREE HELP - enroll by calling 800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669) or visiting alaskaquitline.com
Thinking about quitting tobacco? Alaska's Tobacco Quit Line is ready to help. Alaska's Tobacco Quit Line provides free one-on-one telephone, web, and text-based counseling, information on how to quit and referral services seven days a week, 24 hours a day. Current tobacco users are encouraged to use this free resource to help them quit.
To take advantage of this free service, simply call 800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669) or visit the Alaska Quit Line Website »
Quit Line Publications
Alaskans looking to quit or to stay quit who enroll by phone or web with Alaska’s Tobacco Quit Line can ask for Web Coach, an online program that supports and assists tobacco users throughout the quitting process – from creating a Quitting Plan to learning strategies for staying quit for life.
Text2Quit provides a series of interactive text messages that are personalized to a participant’s Quit Plan and sent out over the course of a four month period and allows participants stay engaged with their Quit Coach, use medications correctly, manage urges, and prevent relapse; all from their mobile phones.