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Smoking is an addiction. Over 4,000 chemicals are found in cigarette smoke, many of which are known carcinogens to both humans and other animals. Nicotine, a drug found naturally in tobacco, is highly addictive and makes it very hard for a person to quit smoking once they have begun. The Center for Disease Control and Prevention has reported that tobacco use remains the leading preventable cause of death in the United States, causing more than 480,000 deaths each year.

What resources are available to help quit smoking?

The following organizations have programs designed to help smokers recognize and cope with problems that come up during quitting and to provide support and encouragement in staying quit.

Electronic Cigarettes: Vaping

Vaping is growing in popularity among Americans, however, it is dangerous. Click here to learn more. 

New Public Smoking Legislation

Effective July 9, 2018, e-cigarette use (also known as vaping or JUULing) is no longer allowed in the City of Milwaukee on city property and in place that prohibit cigarette smoking, including: Restaurants, bars, other business and workplaces (i.e. office building).

Download your window signage here.

No Smoking/ No Fumar sign

Click here for more information on the city of Milwaukee’s ordinance related to E-Cigarettes.

Smoking Complaint Form 

Please complete the form below to submit a complaint of any persons or businesses in violation of electronic smoking device usage in places where smoking is prohibited. 





Opioid Awareness Campaign

Don't let prescription Opiods become the problem

No  permita que los opioides de receta medica se conviertan en el problema

Know the risks in what you are taking

Conosca los riesgos que hay en lo que esta tomando

For more information, visit our Opioids page

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