A gateway to the strategies, policies, programs and services delivered by the Department of Health and Human Services.
A Tasmanian Government and Community Partnership
There are many immediate and long-term benefits of being smoke free, including:
1 National Health Survey 2017/18
There are many ways to quit smoking.
For information and personalised support:
Or, browse the resources in the next section to find out what’s available to help you, your family and community be smoke free.
a website with information about tobacco control policy and laws in Tasmania. Includes resources such as signage and fact sheets.Visit link
available for free from Google Play or iTunesVisit link
available on the Department of Health's Tobacco Control websiteVisit link
includes information and resources about why and how you can be smoke freeVisit link
includes resources and signage to help event organisers and occupiers declare public events and spaces smoke freeVisit link
a resource kit for workplacesVisit link
online tools and resources for health, safety and wellbeing, including how to develop and implement a workplace health and wellbeing programVisit link
a training program for all health care workers on how to ask clients about their smoking, provide brief advice to quit and recommend options to quit smoking.Visit link
a booklet to help extend skills, knowledge and practice when dealing with tobacco issues of young people.Visit link
a plan to improve the health and wellbeing of Tasmanians by reducing the prevalence of smoking and the harm it causes.Visit link
a framework and tools to help staff work in health promoting ways, of which a priority area is to reduce and minimise the harm from tobacco, alcohol and other drugsVisit link
For other health and wellbeing resources, visit the Health and community workers page.
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