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Tobacco use and COVID-19: Information for community, health and corrective services

Are people who access community services potentially at higher risk?

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Neami National

Neami recognises the importance of addressing tobacco as part of a comprehensive approach to improve the health and wellbeing of their consumers.

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MHPHDS Mental Health

MHPHDS Mental Health contains Western Australia’s largest mental health service caring for youths, adults and older adults.

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Richmond Wellbeing

Richmond Wellbeing (RW) is a mental health organisation that assists people to recover from their mental illness.

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St Bartholomew's House

St Bartholomew’s House [St Bart’s] assists people who are homeless or at risk of homelessness achieve positive life outcomes.

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Homeless Healthcare

Homeless Healthcare has partnered with Make Smoking History to address smoking in people experiencing homelessness.

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Harry Hunter Rehabilitation Centre

Harry Hunter Recovery Centre partnered with Make Smoking History (MSH) to help make smoking cessation part of their routine care, and to increase access to smoke-free areas across the site.

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Cancer Council WA Accommodation Lodges

Cancer Council WA believes it is important to support cancer patients to reduce the risk from smoking and exposure to second-hand smoke.

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Are E-cigarettes the Answer? Depends who's asking.

A recap of Associate Professor Becky Freeman's presentation on all things e-cigarettes.

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Quit Methods

There are so many different ways to quit, find the one that will work for you.

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Quit Apps

Free apps such as My QuitBuddy can be a fun and practical way to quit and stay smoke-free.

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Real Quitting Experiences

There are more ex-smokers today than there are smokers. Find out how they did it by reading their stories.

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Latest News

We publish blogs on many different tobacco-related topics, you're sure to learn something new.

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Free Quit Support

Talk to the Quitline

Quitline is a confidential advice and information service for people who want to quit smoking. For the cost of a local call (except mobile phones), a trained advisor can help you to plan and develop strategies to quit smoking and stay stopped. You can also use webchat during opening hours.

My QuitBuddy App

The My QuitBuddy App tracks your quitting progress, such as days smoke-free, cigarettes avoided, health gained and dollars saved.

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