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Living tobacco-free is one of the best things you can do for your health.

We provide support and services for quitting, information for youth and young adults, tobacco inspections and enforcement and assistance with developing smoke-free policies.

Quitting smoking

You can quit smoking. We can help.

Youth and young adults

Did you know one person dies every six seconds due to tobacco use, according to the World Health Organization? Did you know that tobacco companies target youth just like you? They do this by making tobacco look cool. Even smoking in movies is done on purpose to target you.

Did you know that you can fight back? Don’t be fooled. You can resist and stay smoke-free.

See what youth are talking about

Young people just like you are getting involved. Explore the links below to see what’s happening.
A provincial campaign led by youth for youth (Freeze the Industry)
Learn about the tobacco industry’s influence in movies (Smoke-Free Movies)

Quitting smoking

Are you a young person who wants to quit smoking? There is information and support specifically for you.

Inspections and enforcing the Smoke-Free Ontario Act

The Health Unit plays an important role in enforcing the Smoke-Free Ontario Act.

Operators and retailers

The Health Unit is responsible for preventing tobacco sales to minors and ensuring legislation is followed. Discover how the Smoke-Free Ontario Act applies to your store or business.

Smoke-free spaces

Interested in creating smoke-free policies? We have information that can help you, give us a call.

Employers and workplaces

Smokers' Helpline has quitting support , proven tips and tools.

To learn more about how to quit smoking and the resources available, contact the Health Unit at 705.647-4305 or call us toll-free at 1.866.747.4305.

Smokers' Help Line

The Smokers' Help Line is another valuable and free service that provides personalized support, advice and information about quitting. They have a very informative webpage, and a toll-free line that will put you in touch with a quit specialist who can help:

  • Make a quit plan that works for you
  • Help you cope with cravings
  • Provide information on quitting methods
  • Provide information on withdrawal symptoms
  • Help manage stress
  • Provide information about local services and resources

Smokers' Help Line Hours

Monday to Thursday - 8 a.m. to 9 p.m. EST

Fridays - 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. EST

Weekends - 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. EST

Smokers' Help Line



Self-Help Guides are available on the Smokers' Help Line website or at any Timiskaming Health Unit office.