Serving Armstrong, Beaver, Butler, Cambria, Fayette, Greene, Indiana, Somerset, Washington and Westmoreland counties

Tobacco Free Southwest Pennsylvania

Dedicated to preventing and reducing tobacco use and increasing education about tobacco hazards and secondhand smoke.

The best way to be tobacco free is to never start.

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How We Can Help

Quit Smoking

Quit Smoking

Stay Smoke-free

Stay Smoke-free

Help Others Quit

Help Others Quit

Fight for Clean Air

Fight for Clean Air

Education Prevention

Education Prevention

Your Stories

Meet Beatrice

Beatrice, age 40, is the mother of two boys and lives in New York. She tried her first cigarette at age 7 and began smoking regularly when she was 13. She had friends who smoked, and she wanted to be like them.

More than 25 years later, Beatrice still smoked. She was not a heavy smoker and had not been diagnosed with any smoking related health problems, but she wanted to quit. Her family also wanted her to quit. Although she had tried many times before, in 2010, Beatrice quit for good. She encourages anyone who wants to quit smoking to do it but to get help if they need it.

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Featured Resources

Adagio Health Smoke Free Moms

It's hard to quit smoking, even when you really want to. Tobacco Free Southwest, a program of Adagio Health, is focused on helping pregnant and new moms figure out how to quit.

Imagine a world without tobacco

Imagine a world without tobacco. A world with healthier babies, a world where grandparents live longer, teens don't smoke or vape, and we can all breathe easier.

Vaping, E-Cigs, & Juuls

E-cigs come in many forms. They can resemble traditional tobacco cigarettes, cigars, pipes and even normal everyday items including pens. Juuls are more discreet, resembling a common USB drive.

Pennsylvania Report Card (State of Tobacco Control)

The American Lung Association "State of Tobacco Control" 2018 report shows both the progress and failure of states and the federal government to prevent and reduce tobacco use.

Raising Tobacco Sale Age to 21

Tobacco use is started and established during adolescence; nearly 90% of cigarette smokers first try smoking before the age of 18. Raising the minimum legal age of sale (MLA) to 21 will reduce use.

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News & Events

Fourth Annual Pennsylvania LGBTQIA Health Conference
Tuesday 6/2
June 2, 2020 - June 3, 2020

Fourth Annual Pennsylvania LGBTQIA Health Conference

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Sep 24
2019

Adagio Health Second Annual Transforming Women's Health Symposium

Adagio Health welcomes Valerie Jarrett, former senior advisor to President Barack Obama and author of Finding My Voice to this relevant...

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