Smoking and Vaping Cessation




Tobacco use is the leading cause of preventable disease, disability, and death in the United States. Based on 2019 data, about 34 million US adults smoke cigarettes. Every day, about 1,600 young people under age 18 years smoke their first cigarette, and 235 begin smoking cigarettes daily. Over 16 million people live with at least one disease caused by smoking, and 58 million nonsmoking Americans are exposed to secondhand smoke.CDC


Benefits of Quitting

The sooner you quit, the sooner your body can begin to heal. - CDC


Benefits of Quitting Smoking    Quitting Smoking Lowers Risk of 12 Types of Cancer


Benefits of Quitting Timeline


Health Benefits of Quiting Smoking Over Time


Vaping/e-cigarette is not a healthier, safer or better alternative to smoking. - AHA


Helpful Resources Home

CDC Smoking and Tobacco Use

American Heart Association Vaping/Quit Smoking/Tobacco

Know The Risks E-Cigarettes and Young People - Office of the Surgeon General (OSG)


  smokefree-gov-2.jpg   cdc_badge.png american_heart_association_logo.jpg  SurgeonGeneral-E-cigarette-Use-banner-750x410.jpg