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About Us

A Movement for a Smokefree Future

Smokefree Oregon is all of us—individuals, communities, businesses, organizations and health workers—who want a healthier environment for all Oregonians. Even if you’ve never smoked, or if you’re struggling to quit, we all have something to gain. Smokefree Oregon is about setting our state free from the burden of tobacco. It’s about saving dollars—and saving lives.

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Oregon Health Authority

The Oregon Health Authority includes most of the state’s health programs, including the Public Health Division and the Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Section. One of its programs is Oregon’s Tobacco Prevention and Education Program, which works in communities and tribes across the state to create a healthy, smoke-free environment for everyone.

Smokefree Oregon is one way for the public to join together and get involved with this work. To stay connected, sign up for our email list.

County and Tribal Coordinators

Each county and tribe has a local tobacco prevention coordinator who works with the community and can help you get involved. Connect with your coordinator to take action.

Partners and Allied Organizations

Smokefree Oregon works with many national, state, and local organizations to promote a healthier Oregon. Local chapters of national health organizations, groups that serve certain targeted communities; and local agencies with a stake in promoting a healthier Oregon are all part of the Smokefree Oregon movement.