QUIT YOUR WAY with the Montana Tobacco Quit Line
The Quit Line is a FREE telephone service designed to help you quit using tobacco products and is available to all Montanans. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW
FREE help quitting ALL commercial tobacco products, including smokeless tobacco and electronic cigarettes.
Staffed 7 days a week: 5 AM to 11 PM, with 24-hour voicemail. Please leave a message and someone will call you back!
To link directly to these programs, visit:
Tobacco Use & Prevention Services:
Eliminate Harmful Exposure
No matter who you are, where you live or what you do, tobacco use can keep you from living in a healthy way. Whether it’s information to help support someone who is quitting, learning about smoke-free apartments, or pointers on how to make public areas smoke-free, we’ve got you covered.
Clean Indoor Air Act
- Smoking and vaping are not allowed in enclosed public places.
- Business owners/managers must post a sign (in a conspicuous place) at all public entrances stating, smoking in the enclosed public place is prohibited.
- Does not apply to: Private residences, private motor vehicles, as part of a lecture, demonstration, or educational forum sanctioned by a school administrator concerning the risks associated with use of a tobacco product, hotel/motel room designated as smoking–not more than 35% of rooms can be designated as smoking rooms, A site being used in connection with cultural activities by American Indians.
- Report a violation
Implement a Tobacco Free Policy
- Tobacco Free Housing
- The Montana Clean Indoor Air Act (MCIAA) does not regulate smoking in individual apartments; however, landlords have the right to implement smokefree policies. The Housing and Urban Development Department implemented a smokefree rule, requiring all HUD funded units go smokefree by 2018. Also, many private landlords implement smokefree policies in their multi-unit housing facilities to protect their tenants from the dangers associated with smoking.
- Find tobacco free housing
- Make your complex smoke free
- For behavioral health providers: incorporate cessation tools during counseling sessions
For additional information
Contact: Lacey England