Contacts for Tobacco-Related Questions, Comments and Programs

  • Tobacco Enforcement: Report possible violations of the Clean Indoor Air Act or illegal tobacco sales to your local environmental health program. To find contact information, visit NYS Interactive Map: Regional, District and County Environmental Health Programs.
  • Thinking about quitting tobacco? Talk to your health care provider about quitting and medications that might be right for you. For additional help, contact the NYS Smokers' Quitline for free help in English and Spanish at 1-866-NYQUITS (1-866-697-8487) or at
  • Community Engagement: To learn about tobacco control efforts in your community and how to get involved, contact your local Advancing Tobacco-Free Communities (ATFC) partner.
  • Youth Action: Are you a teen (age 13-18) who wants to take action to stop the tobacco industry taking over your community with tobacco marketing and help prevent kids from a lifetime of nicotine addiction? Visit Reality Check of NY to learn more and find your local group.
  • Smoke-Free Multiunit Housing: Landlords, multiunit residential tenants, and condominium and co-op boards: Interested in learning more about the benefits of smoke-free housing or how to establish and implement a smoke-free policy in your building? Visit Smoke-Free Housing NY.
  • Health Care Providers: Learn about nicotine addiction and brief, evidence-based tobacco dependence treatment you can provide at
  • Health Care and Mental Health/Behavioral Health Care Systems: Visit the Center of Excellence for Health Systems Improvement to learn how to integrate tobacco dependence treatment into your system's routine care for all of your patients who use tobacco.
  • Tobacco-Related Data and Statistics: Visit Health Data NY
  • For other tobacco-related questions and concerns, contact the Bureau of Tobacco Control: