Tobacco Use Prevention

Tobacco 21

New federal law raises the minimum age of sale of tobacco products from 18 to 21 years of age nationwide. The law is effective immediately. For more information, visit the DPHHS website.

As a contractor of the Montana Tobacco Use Prevention Program, Flathead City-County Health Department’s approach towards tobacco use prevention includes the following:

  • Prevent tobacco use among youth
  • Eliminate disparities related to tobacco use among populations
  • Eliminate exposure to secondhand smoke
  • Encourage people to quit

Montana Quit Line

People who use the Montana Tobacco Quit Line are 7 to 10 times more likely to quit than those trying to quit on their own.

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW

Available to all Montanans 18 and over.

Free cessation coaching sessions.

Free nicotine replacement therapy (gum, patch, medication, etc).

Reduced cost cessation medication options.

Quitting resource for teens!

Free coaching sessions by text, chat, or phone.

Confidential and free enrollment!

Additional text messaging for extra support.

Text “Start My Quit” to 855.891.9989

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW

Dedicated personal female coach.

Free nicotine replacement therapy during pregnancy and additional weeks postpartum.

9 coaching calls with cash incentives!

*Be sure to identify yourself as a pregnant woman when calling the Quitline.

Contact Information:

Tobacco Prevention Specialist
  • Malia Freeman
  • 406-751-8182
Flathead City-County Health Department
  • 1035 1st Ave W, Kalispell MT
  • 406-751-8101