Make Smoking History for Community Services

People that access community services have considerably higher smoking rates than the general population. As a result, people that are often already experiencing disadvantage and marginalisation carry an unfair amount of the death, disease, grief and financial stress caused by tobacco.

The Make Smoking History for Community Services campaign was developed in 2015 with the goal to reduce tobacco-related health inequalities experienced by people accessing community services. It seeks to raise awareness of the social injustice caused by smoking among these population groups, and encourage community services to take steps to support clients to quit using tobacco by providing them with information and resources.

You can visit the Make Smoking History for Community Services website, and order or download resources relevant to community services here.

Pledge your organisation's support to be part of the solution to end tobacco-related health inequalities here.

Make Smoking History for community services