Tobacco cessation

Tobacco Prevention and Cessation

Goals of the Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Grant

  •  Promote cessation services and referral to cessation
  •  Prevent youth initiation to tobacco products
  •  Protect Clark County residents from secondhand smoke exposure


Tobacco 21

Tobacco 21 is a national campaign aimed at raising the minimum legal age for tobacco and nicotine sales in the United States to 21. The Tobacco 21 campaign is produced and funded by the Preventing Tobacco Addiction Foundation, a public health nonprofit organization established in 1996.

How can Tobacco 21 benefit Clark County?


Community Mercy REACH  

Youth and Adult Cessation Programs         Marcy Ivory (937) 390-5338

Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists, individual counseling, respiratory therapist and dietician, and resources for medications.

Cost:  ADULT
Medicaid/Medicare – cost fully covered
Private Insurance – if deductible is not met, person will be given billing code(s) to be used.  They can contact their insurance for dollar amount covered.
Clark County Combined Health District

May 2022 Baby and Me Tobacco Free Graduate:
Michaela & Baby Ivy
“The monthly $25 Walmart gift card really helped me save and purchase diapers & baby wipes.”

Baby and Me Tobacco Free                             Natalie Oliver   (937) 322-2801 ext 9536

Indoor Air Quality Assessments                 Anne Kaup-Fett      (937) 390-5600 ext 245
Ohio Tobacco Quit Line
1-800-QUIT-NOW or 1-800-784-8669
Cost:  FREE
Smoke Free
Cost:  FREE