Tobacco stalls

As part of our efforts to Tackle Indigenous Smoking, the Deadly Choices team hold pop-up Tobacco Information Stalls at participating clinics.

The stalls utilise visually confronting smoking cessation tools – such as jars of tar and phlegm, and smoker v non-smoker lungs – along with smoking cessation information, and Quitline referral forms.

Smokers are asked to sign the Deadly Places, Smoke-Free Spaces pledge, and complete a tobacco survey to help the team collect data on smoking prevalence and better understand the needs of smokers and their families.

Tobacco Stalls are held at various sporting events, community days, and event activations. They are also held weekly at Aboriginal Medical Services in Queensland.

Contact your local health service or email This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. to find out when the next stall near you is!


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