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The Coalition for Healthy Idaho
http://www.chidaho.org/index.php

The Coalition for a Healthy Idaho is a group of organizations and individuals that work together to decrease the impact of tobacco on the health of Idahoans by reducing exposure to secondhand smoke through local initiatives to improve Clean Indoor Air, educate the public and policymakers on the importance of a Comprehensive Tobacco Prevention and Control Program, and provide guidance and information on policy and systems changes in relation to tobacco control and prevention.

Idaho Tobacco Quitline
http://www.nationaljewish.org/health-plans/id-quitline.aspx

The Idaho Tobacco Quitline is an intake call program with a fax referral system for healthcare providers.  The quitline provides a series of five cessation counseling calls within six weeks of the intake call; develops customized educational material in support of the needs for Idaho residents seeking to quit tobacco use, including pregnant callers, teens, chew/spit tobacco users and Native Americans.

 

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