Tobacco Use

Healthy Androscoggin works with adults, youth, providers, and other organizations to educate about and support tobacco-free lifestyles and tobacco-free environments.

For Quitters

Quit & Win 2017

Quit & Win 2017 registration is now closed.


Healthy Androscoggin’s Quit & Win support program to help people maintain their New Year’s Resolution to become tobacco-free, which runs every January and February and is open to adults. Those who attend a five week cessation class are eligible for prizes including cash awards.


Call the Maine Tobacco HelpLine 1-800-207-1230

Tobacco Support Group

Have you been thinking about quitting smoking or looking for additional support to stay tobacco-free? Check out Healthy Androscoggin’s weekly Tobacco Support Group held Thursday evenings from 6-7pm at St. Mary’s Hospital, 99 Campus Ave, Lewiston. The group is free, open to the public and no preregistration is required. For more information about the support group call Healthy Androscoggin at 795-5990 or email

Tar Wars

Tar Wars is a tobacco education presentation available to all fifth grade students.  The program focuses on the social aspects of why children begin to use tobacco, and kids gain a new perspective on the role advertising plays in influencing that choice. Healthy Androscoggin and its trained team of volunteers have joined together to change cultural norms around acceptance of tobacco use and to advise our youth not to start.  If you are interested in having a trained professional bring Tar Wars to your school, contact Healthy Androscoggin at 795-5990.

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