Rolette County Public Health District
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Serving Rolette County Since 2001
The Tobacco Prevention Program focuses on improving and protecting the health of the public by promoting tobacco-free as the norm and encouraging and supporting tobacco cessation.

For more information about tobacco cessation services available from the Rolette County Public Health District, contact Sarah Senger at

The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids is a leading force in the fight to reduce tobacco use and its deadly toll in the United States and around the world. We advocate for public policies proven to prevent kids from smoking, help smokers quit and protect everyone from secondhand smoke. Learn more about our key initiatives.
There is more than one way to quit tobacco. No single method of quitting works for everyone. NDQuits offers several free options so you can find the way that works best for you. All NDQuits services include free counseling advice and support and free nicotine replacement products for those who qualify.
Formed in 1976, ANR's activities began with efforts to enact legislation to protect nonsmokers in the workplace and enclosed public places. ANR has promoted clean indoor air ordinances in thousands of communities and states, and assists countries and communities around the globe to enact smokefree regulations. 
The North Dakota Department of Health - Tobacco Prevention & Control Program is designed to improve and protect the health of North Dakota citizens. They strive to reduce the negative health and economic consequences that tobacco use causes. 
Free Help Quitting Tobacco/Vaping

 Sarah Senger to set up a Cessation Class today! 
In 2017, North Dakota’s legislature restructured the state’s tobacco prevention and control program, commonly known as BreatheND, and reassigned prevention efforts to local public health units. As a well-recognized brand with past tobacco prevention success, BreatheND will continue to be the program name and identity used by local public health units as they implement tobacco prevention as a part of the state's plan.
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