Tobacco is West Virginia’s number one preventable killer.

Exposure to secondhand smoke is a common and significant hazard in West Virginia. In fact breathing secondhand smoke has been shown to cause or contribute too many serious health conditions.

Cabell-Huntington Health Department facilitates the American Lung Association Freedom From Smoking clinic.  These clinics are eight weeks and taught at the Cabell-Huntington Health Department. In addition to this clinic, cessation services can be accessed through the West Virginia Tobacco cessation hotline at 1-800-QUITNOW(1-800-784-8669). This is a toll free service to West Virginia residents that are interested in quitting smoking.

Smoking Regulations and Related Information

Corrected 2010 Smoking Regulation
2002 Smoking Regulation
Supreme Court Decision
March 2010 Order Vacating Temporary Injunction