Delaware Tobacco Prevention and Control Program
Tobacco use remains the number one underlying cause of premature death and disability in Delaware and the nation. The Delaware Division of Public Health works to prevent the use of tobacco products through its Tobacco Prevention and Control Program (TPCP). The TPCP collaborates with the IMPACT Delaware Tobacco Prevention Coalition, health care organizations, youth and community groups, educational organizations, grassroots networks, and state agencies. The Tobacco Program offers two programs to help smokers quit, conducts media campaigns, and funds youth-led campaigns and peer-education groups.
Quit Smoking Programs
- Delaware Quitline — free counseling for adult smokers
- Tips for Quitting
- Links to Additional Cessation Resources New!
- Preventing Tobacco Use Among Youth
- Brochure: Tobacco Had a Makeover and It's Just As Ugly [PDF] New!
- Youth Access Law: Information for Tobacco Retailers Updated!
- 2011 Plan for a Tobacco-Free Delaware: A New Round in the Fight
Links to Tobacco Use Data
- Behavioral Risk Factor Survey
- Youth Tobacco Use Data — link to University of Delaware Youth Data Page
The TPCP is supported by a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) and appropriations from the Delaware Health Fund. Follow this link to contact the Tobacco Prevention and Control Program office.
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