Tobacco Prevention and Cessation

Iowa Department of Public Health, Division of Tobacco Use Control & Prevention

The mission of the Division of Tobacco Use Prevention and Control is to establish a comprehensive partnership among state government, local communities, and the people of Iowa to foster a social and legal climate in which tobacco use becomes undesirable and unacceptable.  To learn more about the IDPH Division of Tobacco Use Control & Prevention, click here.

The Division is structured to provide the components of a comprehensive tobacco control program as recommended by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC):

I. State and Community Interventions  [PDF–1.1 MB]
    II. Mass-Reach Health Communication Interventions  [PDF–1.4 MB]
      III: Cessation Interventions  [PDF–1.7 MB]
        IV. Surveillance and Evaluation  [PDF–658 KB]
          V. Infrastructure, Administration and Management  [PDF–1.1 MB]
          The CDC recommends that Iowa spend a minimum of $30.1 million annually on tobacco control.  For more Iowa-specific CDC recommendations, click here.

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