Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program Follow-Up Survey

The Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program (WQTP) assists enrollees in their efforts to quit using tobacco products by offering free coaching support, free nicotine replacement therapies (NRTs), and free or reduced-price prescription (Rx) medications. Under contract to the Wyoming Department of Health, Public Health Division, the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) at the University of Wyoming conducts monthly surveys of WQTP enrollees to assess quit rates and enrollee satisfaction.

Impact of Tobacco in Wyoming

The Impact of Tobacco in Wyoming: 2015 Annual Summary provides data on the prevalence of tobacco use and data associated with the four goals of the Wyoming Tobacco Prevention and Control Program:

Reduce youth initiation
Reduce exposure to secondhand smoke
Promote tobacco cessation
Minimize disparities in the burden of tobacco use.

An Expanded Analysis of the Impact of Smokefree Ordinances in Wyoming:

Executive Summary This report presents the efforts of the Wyoming Survey & Analysis Center (WYSAC) to expand the analysis of the economic impact of smokefree ordinances in Wyoming on restaurant and bar revenues into a broader exploration of the economic, health, and social impacts of Wyoming’s comprehensive smokefree ordinances. We relied on previous research to […]