South Dakota QuitLine
South Dakota QuitLine Online Assistance
- 1-866-SD-Quits (1-866-737-8487)
- The SD QuitLine provides telephone-based tobacco cessation services to help tobacco users (smokers & spit tobacco) quit.
- The QuitLine offers:
- Free written materials
- Free telephone coaching
- Access to free cessation medication
- Referrals to other cessation services
- Offers SD residents free online access to the following resources:
- Latest information & research-based tools
- Tailored motivational messages
- Links to other resources
Tobacco Rethink It - South Dakota Website for Youth
- Provides information on tobacco from a youth perspective and includes a variety of resources to provide teens with the tools they need to understand how the tobacco industry is targeting them and how to fight back. Includes links to a variety of resources including videos, posters, an online game, and more – all geared toward teens.
Great Plains Tribal Chairman's Health Board (formerly known as the Aberdeen Area Tribal Chairman's Health Board)
- The Health Board provides public health technical assistance, supports research needs, and provides advocacy for the 17 federally recognized tribes in the Aberdeen area with an estimated enrolled membership of nearly 170,000 in the four-state region of South Dakota, North Dakota, Nebraska, and Iowa.
Northern Plains Tribal Tobacco Technical Assistance Center (NPTTTAC)
- The Northern Plains Tribal Tobacco Technical Assistance Center (NPTTTAC) is dedicated to reducing the death and disease caused by tobacco use and exposure to secondhand smoke in the 17 American Indian tribes and one service area served by the Great Plains Tribal Chairmen's Health Board.
South Dakota Department of Health Tobacco Control Program
South Dakota Department of Health Tobacco Control Program, Regional Tobacco Prevention Coordinators
- Provides information on the Tobacco Control mission, strategic plan, grant and training opportunities, and resources to support local commercial tobacco use prevention work.
- Tobacco Prevention Coordinators deliver services in four regions across the state. A map, along with contact information for each region and for the statewide office, is provided on this site.