Tobacco Prevention & Treatment

Tobacco UseTobacco is the single most important preventable cause of disease and premature death in Oneida County. Records from 2004 Oneida County death certificates indicate medical certification that tobacco use contributed to 29% of the deaths in Oneida County. The Oneida County Health Department continues to offer tobacco treatment programs to youth, adults and pregnant women in our community. Oneida County Health Department also delivers leadership, technical assistance and organizational support to the Northwoods Tobacco-Free Coalition.

The mission of the Northwoods Tobacco-Free Coalition is to improve the health of Oneida County by reducing tobacco use through public information and community involvement. The coalition is actively involved in WI WINS, FACT, Tobacco Treatment, and Second Hand Smoke Initiatives.

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Oneida County Health Department
100 West Keenan Street
Rhinelander, WI 54501
Hours: 8:00am - 4:30pm Mon-Fri

Telephone (715) 369-6111
Fax (715) 369-6112

ochd@co.oneida.wi.us

To report a public health emergency or to report a notifiable disease after hours, please contact dispatch at 715-361-5100.

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Hotlines

Mental Health Hotline - Mental Health Crisis? Forest, Vilas and Oneida County call 1-888-299-1188.

Smoking Cessation - Break free of cigarettes. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Disaster Distress Line - Stress, anxiety, and other depression are common after a disaster. Call 1-800-985-5990 or visit the Disaster Distress Line to talk.

Wisconsin First Step – Information on services for children and youth with special needs, their families and providers. Call 1-800-642-7837 to speak with a parent specialist.

Maternal and Child Health Hotline – Call 1-800-722-2295 for information on BadgerCare Plus, WIC, HealthCheck, maternal depression, Prenatal Care Coordination, family planning, developmental screenings, and more.