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Programs & Services

Tobacco Reduction: Tobacco Reduction Program

The Tobacco Reduction Program stakeholders work to reduce tobacco use and reduce tobacco-related death and illness with in Alberta.

The aim of the Tobacco Reduction Program is to reduce tobacco-related illness, death and health inequities in Alberta by addressing economic, health and environmental harms from commercial tobacco and tobacco-like products. This includes an emphasis on cross-ministry collaboration and stakeholder engagement in strategic planning using the MPOWER policy package as a framework to contextualize progression toward the tobacco end game. Following are links to key tobacco reduction services, supports and policy.



AbertaQuits Online, a self-guided program to help Albertans quit and stay quit. Once registered, Albertans can access the tools and services anytime and anywhere for FREE.


AlbertaQuits Helpline

The AlbertaQuits helpline is a FREE smoking cessation service for all residents of Alberta, open 8AM to 8PM seven days a week. Albertans can call 1-866-710-QUIT (7848) toll-free to receive confidential, non-judgmental support. Alternatively, the support page on the website provides more information. Healthcare providers can also submit a fax referral form to refer your clients to the helpline.



QuitCore is a FREE group support program that provides Albertans (18+) with the tools and skills they need to quit using tobacco for good. Register by visiting the support page on or by calling the AlbertaQuits Helpline.


For further information and a variety of other support tools, visit the AlbertaQuits website.

Service Access

Healthcare providers should consult the Alberta Referral Directory for service referral information.

Service Locations