About our services:
The purpose of this program is to link youth and community members to education, awareness and intervention campaigns in order to prevent substance abuse and underage drinking.
Trying to quit smoking?
According to the CDC website, if you are thinking about quitting smoking and would like some help, a quitline might be just what you need to succeed. Quitlines provide free coaching—over the phone—to help you quit smoking.
Click here for five reasons why calling a quitline can be key to your success!
Quitline number is: 1-800-quit-now……quitline.com
CDC also has tricks and tips to help you stop with the quitSTART app on your smartphone!
Click here for more information!
Smoking in Public Places law (RCW 70.160) protects people from exposure to secondhand smoke in all public places and places of employment. This includes not smoking within 25 feet of building entrances, windows, and ventilation intakes. Please report violations of the law by calling 360-520-0820. For more information about the law, visit https://www.doh.wa.gov/YouandYourFamily/Tobacco/LawsandRegulations
Lewis County Public Health & Social Services contact:
Jennifer Jardine, Program Coordinator, (360) 520-0820
Sara Bumgardner, Program Coordinator, (360) 520-6879