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What’s Your Excuse for Not Living Tobacco Free?

Most smokers have a handful of excuses that allow them to continue to smoke. At the same time, most smokers have at least one very important, meaningful reason for why they want to quit. With free help to quit smoking, there are no more excuses.

Be a Tobacco Free Champion with the Los Angeles Sparks

The LA County Department of Public Health has teamed up with the WNBA Los Angeles Sparks to launch its NO EXCUSES – LIVE TOBACCO FREE campaign, empowering LA County residents to quit smoking with free help from the California Smokers’ Helpline at 1 800 NO BUTTS.

While the Sparks play hard to bring home championships, we’ll be working hard to help Sparks fans and all LA County residents live a long, healthy life – tobacco free.

On the basketball court, just like in life, it takes hard work and determination to achieve your goals. It’s hard to quit smoking because nicotine is a very strong drug. For a lot of people, it can take many tries to finally quit. But the more you practice, the more likely you’ll be able to stop smoking for good. Don’t let smoking limit your potential and keep you on the sidelines. You can be the star player in your tobacco-free life. Live Tobacco Free. No Excuses.

Free Quit Smoking Help

The California Smokers’ Helpline has free resources that can help you – whether you’re thinking about quitting, already tried and need additional support or want to help someone else quit. It is a completely free and confidential service that can help you develop a quit plan, stay on track and double your chances of successfully quitting. Call the California Smokers’ Helpline at 1 800 NO BUTTS or visit www.californiasmokershelpline.org for more information and resources.

Featured Videos

Learn more about living healthy and tobacco free in LA County by watching these videos.

  • LA Sparks DeLisha Milton Jones - No Excuses - Live Tobacco-Free - 1 800 NO BUTTS
  • No Excuses LA - Other Ways to Use a Cigarette - 1 800-NO-BUTTS
  • Decreasing Tobacco Use in Los Angeles County - Working Together to Create Solutions
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