A gateway to the strategies, policies, programs and services delivered by the Department of Health and Human Services.
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 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