Wisconsin Tobacco Prevention and Control Program - Community Programs

Local organizations and leaders are central to the fight against tobacco use. Every county in Wisconsin has individuals and groups fighting to reduce the death and disease caused by tobacco use and the exposure to secondhand smoke.

Wisconsin's tobacco prevention and control coalitions work to prevent and reduce the death, disease, and health care costs caused by tobacco use. These coalitions focus their efforts on youth prevention, clean indoor air, treating tobacco addiction, and other community initiatives.

If you’re interested in getting involved or want more information, visit tobwis.org or contact Vicki Huntington, Section Chief, Wisconsin Department of Health Services, at 608-267-3823.

Last Revised: April 17, 2015