The health and financial cost of tobacco is significant and takes a serious toll on the well-being of thousands of Oregonians.
The Oregon Tobacco Quit Line can help people who want to kick the habit for good. You can spread the word about the Quit Line’s services and help people access this important health resource.
Below are downloadable and printable tools to help you share information about the Oregon Tobacco Quit Line.
Posters and Palm Cards
|Download and print posters and palm cards that promote the Oregon Tobacco Quit Line and provide information on the Quit Line experience from people who have called. Available in:|
Share a one-page fact sheet about the Oregon Tobacco Quit Line with anyone who might benefit from knowing more about the resource. Click here to download it for printing.
Quit Line Story
Ads for Web and Print
Include a Quit Line ad on your website, in your newsletter, in your local newspaper or anywhere else where advertising is seen. Click to download:
Graphics and Buttons
Include a button on your website that directs people straight to the Quit Line. Click to download a “click to call” button or the “click to sign-up” button.
Quit Line Resources for Health Systems and Providers
For general information on the Quit Line for providers,click here.
Access this tobacco cessation guide for Community Health Centers or see how Multnomah County Health Department and Benton County Health Services automatically ask about tobacco use, advise patients to quit and refer them to the Quit Line.
Fax Referral Forms
Use the fax referral form or implement a e-referral system to refer patients or clients to the Oregon Tobacco Quit Line for smoking cessation services. This option for health care and social service providers is a quick and easy way to direct patients or clients to make an attempt to quit smoking.
Learn more: Fax Referral FAQs
Automatic or E-Referrals
If your facility utilizes an Electronic Health or Medical Record, you may be able to send electronic referrals to the Quit Line.
Flyers for Pet Health
Many pet owners are not aware that secondhand smoke does harm pet health. Animals living with a smoker can die of cancer, nicotine poisoning, and ailments related to tobacco use. Studies show that 12 million tobacco using pet owners would try to quit tobacco if they knew smoking hurts their pets. The “Protect Pet Health” Campaign leverages this finding to promote the Quit For Life® Program.
- Protect PetHealth Campaign Summary
- Pet Health Flyer-New Tricks
- Pet Health Flyer-Princess
- Pet Health Flyer-Family Cat
Quit Line Brochure for Oregonians with Disabilities
Oregonians with disabilities smoke more than Oregonians without disabilities. People with disabilities are just as likely to want to quit smoking as people without disabilities. Use the attached brochure to promote the benefits of the Quit Line for people experiencing disabilities.