The following data is from a range of different studies from different years and geographical locations. Different research methods have been used therefore, meaningful comparisons cannot be made between the different groups.
People living with a mental illness
People in regional WA
People in low socioeconomic areas
Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples
People in prison
People experiencing homelessness
People affected by alcohol and other drug use
MSH works with community, health and corrective services to reach groups of people experiencing higher smoking rates. By providing non-judgemental, comprehensive and tailored support in environments that people are already accessing and trust, we can reduce the impact that tobacco use has on these priority populations.
Click here to find out more about how your community, health or corrective service can become involved in the Make Smoking History Program.