Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program


Need help quitting tobacco? Call the Arkansas Tobacco Quitline! It is free and confidential.

The Center for Healing Hearts and Spirits’ WCAAA Tobacco Coalition is funded by the Arkansas Department of Health and the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff Minority Sub-Recipient Grant Office to provide tobacco prevention and cessation education in a six-county area (Pulaski, Garland, Montgomery, Hot Spring, Howard, and Clark.) The WCAAA Tobacco Coalition seeks to change community norms exhibited in the target population by focusing on the following four intervention areas: 1) Identifying and Eliminating Tobacco-Related Disparities, 2) Eliminating Exposure to Secondhand Smoke, 3) Promoting Quitting Among Adults & Youth through the quit line , and 4) Preventing Initiating Among Youth and Young Adults through a cessation program - Be Well Arkansas 833-283-WELL (Formerly 1-800-QUIT-NOW).  For more information, visit

One of the most important calls a tobacco user can make is to the Arkansas Tobacco Quitline at

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Center for Healing Hearts and Spirits

Joyce Raynor, Executive Director
2416 South Chester • Little Rock, Arkansas 72206 USA
Phone (501) 372-3800 • Fax (501) 372-2150


The Center for Healing Hearts and Spirits is a project

of the Women's Council on African American Affairs, Inc. (WCAAA)

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