1 edition of Oregon county profiles, information for tobacco prevention. found in the catalog.
Oregon county profiles, information for tobacco prevention.
by Tobacco Prevention and Education Program, Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Program, Oregon Health Division in Portland, OR
Written in English
|Other titles||Information for tobacco prevention|
|Contributions||Oregon. Tobacco Prevention and Education Program.|
|LC Classifications||HV5767.O7 O74 1997|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||102 p. :|
|Number of Pages||102|
|LC Control Number||98211665|
Nearly all tobacco use begins in youth and young adulthood. Nine out of 10 smokers start before age 18 and 99 percent start before age Youth smoking rates in Washington State have significantly decreased, but more work needs to be done. STD – In Oregon, CDC funds the state health department to reduce STDs through science-based prevention and control services that are high impact, scalable, cost effective, and sustainable. Oregon is part of a network of STD programs that collect additional information to better and more quickly shed light on STD Size: KB.
Tobacco Use in Oregon. • Tobacco use is the most preventable cause of death in Oregon. In , it killed 6, people. • About Oregonians die from secondhand smoke each year. Health Promotion and Chronic Disease Prevention Program Author. The Toll of Tobacco in Oregon; High school students who smoke: % (8,) Male high school students who smoke cigars (female use much lower) %: High school students who use e-cigarettes: %: Kids (under 18) who become new daily smokers each year: 1, Adults in Oregon who smoke: % (,) Proportion of cancer deaths in Adults in Oregon who smoke: % (,).
Policy Position. Youth Tobacco Prevention. The Board of County Commissioners legislation preventing the sale and supports marketing of tobacco products to youth. Tobacco use remains the most preventable cause of illness and death in America. Because of this, Clackamas County, in addition to many of our other public health partners, has made. For more information about the health risks associated with tobacco and secondhand smoke, see the Resources section below. Tobacco prevention For more information about WCHD programs that reduce risk for tobacco and other substance use, visit our prevention page. Learn more about preventing tobacco use among youth. Tobacco cessation - Ready to.
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Tobacco and Health in Washington State – County Profiles of Tobacco Use. Washington State Department of Health, Tobacco Prevention and Control Program - click on county and “ Tobacco Use Profile”. December (Lead author: Kathy Pickle). Among tobacco retailers assessed in Harney County Components of a comprehensive tobacco prevention program Oregon’s Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) supports local information for tobacco prevention.
book health authorities to serve all 36 counties and nine federally-recognized tribes. TPEP works to: Engage communities in reducing the. Oregon Tobacco Facts | Section 1: Executive summary vii Section 1: Executive summary Oregon’s Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) uses a sustained, comprehensive approach to support tobacco prevention and cessation in every Oregon community.
TPEP works to: • Reduce exposure to secondhand smokeFile Size: 1MB. The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line (Quit Line) is a free program offering tips, information, and one-on-one telephone counseling to anyone looking to quit tobacco or to help someone quit.
It is available to all Oregonians regardless of income or insurance status and is staffed by real people who are friendly and non-judgmental. Learn more about industry tactics at Smokefree Oregon. Of the tobacco retailers we talked to in Clackamas County inwe found that 97% of them sold flavored tobacco products.
Also last year, nearly one in four retailers sold tobacco or vaping products to people under 21 years. Results of Enforcement Inspections. KIDS COUNT Oregon. Data is at the core of what we do at Children First for Oregon. Our analyses provide child advocates and decision-makers with reliable data to better serve their communities and enrich discussions about child well-being.
Oregon Partnership (Drug and Alcohol Addiction Treatment) 1 () HELP Spanish: 1 () 1 () TEEN. Tobacco Quit Line. 1 () QUIT-NOW 1 () 2NO-FUME (Spanish) Gambling Quit Line.
1 () MY-LIMIT. For Parents. Addiction Prevention Information for Parents and Educators; Big Village Coalition Resources for Parents. Oregon's Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) was launched in with a clear and simple mandate — to reduce tobacco-related illness and death.
In Klamath County, the Tobacco Prevention and Education Program works with several community partners to prevent and reduce tobacco-related deaths in our community. General Information. Tobacco is the leading cause of preventable death and disease. Every year tobacco use kills almost 7, Oregonians.
Secondhand smoke causes an additional deaths in Oregon annually. The Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (TPEP) works to reduce tobacco-related illness and death. Tobacco Prevention Program Sincethe Oregon Smoke free Workplace Law has protected employees against the harmful effects of secondhand smoke by making most workplaces smokefree.
In Junethe Oregon legislature passed a law making the Oregon Smoke free Workplace Law even stronger. Alcohol, Illicit Drug & Tobacco Consumption and Consequences in Coos County, Oregon to Introduction This report for Coos County is one of a series of epidemiological profiles on substance use in Oregon.
For the first time, data from. Tobacco 21 aids state and local prevention efforts Posted: Aug. 17, Oregon Governor Kate Brown’s signing this week of a new law that raises the required minimum age to legally buy or obtain tobacco products from 18 to 21 caps a year-long celebration of 20 years of tobacco prevention successes in the state.
The Tobacco and Vapor Product Prevention and Control Program (TVPPCP), in partnership with state and community-level partners, has developed a five-year strategic plan with one vision—a Washington state free of death and disease related to commercial tobacco and.
Oregon tobacco facts and laws. Oregon tobacco laws. Name(s): Tobacco Prevention and Education Program (Or.) Type of Resource: text: Genre: statistics text-txt: Issuance: serial: Frequency: Irregular, Annual, Completely irregular.
Youth Tobacco Prevention. Related Pages. Youth use of tobacco products in any form is unsafe, irrespective of whether it is smoked, smokeless, or electronic. If smoking continues at current rates, million—or 1 out of every 13—of today’s children will ultimately die prematurely from a smoking-related illness.
July - Multnomah County Board of County Commissioners unanimously adopt tobacco-free properties for all Multnomah County-owned facilities.
More Work to Do “We have made strides, but we have more work to do,” says Multnomah County Health Officer Justin Denny. “Tobacco is still the leading cause of preventable death in Oregon. Resource Guides. Parent & Educator Resources. Youth Tobacco Prevention; Profiles of binge and non-binge drinking student-athletes: The role of proximal norms, negative expectancies, and selected socio-demographic variables.
Journal of Child and Adolescent Substance Abuse. Shop at AmazonSmiles and Amazon will donate % of your eligible purchases to the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids. Photo credit: Image of boy smoking cigarette by Clea Broadhurst.
Other images owned by Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids, used with permission or. Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program. Part of the Chronic Disease Prevention & Health Promotion Division.
Contact Us. MTUPP PO Box Broadway Helena, MT () () FAX. The Canadian County Tobacco Prevention program is a community-based program working to reduce tobacco use and promote prevention of tobacco initiation in youth.
Canadian County is funded as a Community of Excellence in Tobacco Control through the Tobacco Settlement Endowment Trust (TSET). A “Community of Excellence” in tobacco control is. Oregon Health Authority: Tobacco Prevention and Education Program MG worked with TPEP for five years building support for local and state policy change to protect people from secondhand smoke, encourage tobacco users to quit, prevent youth from starting tobacco use, reduce disparities in tobacco use and health impact, and ensure sustained.Tobacco Enforcement.
The Oregon Department of Justice is dedicated to helping ensure tobacco compliance across the state. If you are a tobacco manufacturer or Oregon distributor/stamping agent, these resources are designed to help you comply with Oregon’s NPM Statutes under ORS to ORS and Oregon’s Complementary Tobacco Legislation under ORS .Tobacco harms the body causing many diseases and affecting the health of people who use it.
If you don't use tobacco, don't start. If you use tobacco, quit. Quitting tobacco has immediate as well as long term benefits for you and your loved ones. There is no safe amount of secondhand smoke.
Even brief exposure can be harmful to your health.