Arkansas Center for Health Improvement

Tobacco Prevention & Cessation

Many of the most serious illnesses faced by Arkansans are related to tobacco use. Reducing use of tobacco has been a continuing theme in ACHI’s portfolio of work, from work in 1999 to dedicate Arkansas’s share of the Master Settlement Agreement with tobacco companies toward health-related programs, to clean indoor air legislation, to tobacco excise tax increases, and encouraging employers to cover tobacco cessation programs in their health plans. See the related projects below for more detailed information on our activities related to tobacco prevention and cessation.


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Arkansas Center for Health Improvement
1401 West Capitol
Suite 300 (Victory Building)
Little Rock, AR 72201