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Tobacco Cessation Services

The Carroll County General Health District offers for those individuals that wish to quit smoking,resources and guidance on how to. For more information please contact Caitlin Mathews at 330-627-4866 ext 1559

The Ohio Tobacco Quit Line is a FREE Tobacco Quit Line counseling service for uninsured Ohioans. Medicaid recipients, pregnant women and members of the Ohio Tobacco Collaborative. FREE nicotine patches are available for qualified callers. Learn more about the Ohio Tobacco Quit Line

Please contact any of the following individuals at the Carroll County General Health District for additional information on quitting smoking.

Catlin Mathews
330-627-4866 ext 1559

Inspection Reports

If you witness a violation of the smoking ban, report the violation to the Ohio Department of Health for investigation by calling 1-866-559-OHIO (1-866-559-6446) or emailing NoSmoke@odh.ohio.gov. The Carroll County Health Department is required by Ohio law ORC 3794.09 to investigate all smoking complaints in Carroll County. Below are the current smoking complaints that we have investigated. Inspection Reports for each facility are below.

News

Congratulations to Carrollton Exempted Village School District, Brown Local School District and Carroll County Board of Developmental Disabilities on their adoption of 100% Tobacco-Free School Policies: Their are Tobacco-Free School policy prohibits tobacco-use on all school grounds. These policies are put in place to help make an effort in protecting and promoting the health and well-being of their students, staff, and visitors.

Office of the Surgeon General's Report:
How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease

This is a report that was released on December 9th, 2010 revealing new scientific findings on how harmful cigarettes are and the immediate health effects from using tobacco.
How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disese
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This work is funded either in whole or in part by a grant awarded by the Ohio Department of Health, Bureau Health Promotion, Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation Program. and for the Preventing Exposure to Secondhand Smoke Initiative. This work is funded either in whole or in part by a sub-award of a grant issued by The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention under the National State Based Tobacco Control Programs, National Center for Chronic Disease and Health Promotion grant, grant award number (CDC-RFA-DP15-1509) and CFDA number 93.305

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