The Yuma County Tobacco Use Prevention Program works to increase awareness and understanding of the harmful effects of tobacco and to change attitudes and perceptions regarding tobacco use issues.
Reduce the use of tobacco through education and prevention.
Great American Smoke Out, November 20th
Kick Butts Day, March 18th
World No Tobacco Day, May 31st
In addition, we will be participating along with other community organizations at local health fairs and events.
Arizona Smokers Helpline (ASHline)
Located in the Mel and Enid Zuckerman College of Public Health at the University of Arizona and funded by the State tax on tobacco products, the (ASHline) has been helping people quit tobacco since 1995. We offer free telephone and web-based quit services and provide free training and technical assistance to healthcare providers statewide.
2014 Smoke-Free Arizona Annual Report
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Smoke Free Arizona
In November 2006, the Citizens of Arizona made their voices heard by passing the Smoke Free Arizona Act (A.R.S. 36-601.01) which prohibits smoking in most public places and places of employment.
For more information:
Visit the Smoke Free Arizona Website
Call (877) AZSTOPS or (877) 297-8677
To File an on-line Complaint
Or call locally at (928) 317-4580
Yuma County Tobacco Use Prevention Program
Anhel Centeno, Program Coordinator, mailto:Anhel.Centeno@yumacountyaz.gov
Lorraine Randolph, Health Educator, Lorraine.Randolph@yumacountyaz.gov
Elisa Ramos, Health Educator, Elisa.Ramos@yumacountyaz.gov
Selene Hinojosa, Health Educator, Selene.Hinojosa@yumacountyaz.gov
Laura Aviles, Smoke-Free Health Educator, Laura.Aviles@yumacountyaz.gov
Yuma County Public Health Services District
Tobacco Use Prevention Program
2200 W. 28th Street, Yuma, AZ 85364
Phone (928) 317-4580
Fax (928) 317-4570