Tackling Indigenous Smoking

The Tackling Indigenous Smoking (TIS) Program at Bega Garnbirringu Health Service (Bega) aims to improve the health of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people by reducing tobacco use. The Tobacco Action Team provide culturally appropriate smoking cessation activities to Aboriginal people in the Goldfields region that aim to:

  • Encourage community involvement in and support for local tobacco control activities
  • Increase community understanding of the dangers of smoking and links with chronic diseases
  • Promote benefits of quitting or never becoming a smoker
  • Discourage smoking among young people and pregnant women
  • Encourage and support smokers to quit
  • Raise awareness in communities about the health impacts of smoking and passive smoking
  • Support communities to establish smoke-free homes, workplaces and public spaces

The Tobacco Action Team encourage all community members to actively participate in program activities and community events. The team works very closely with schools, community centres, health services, youth centres, and sporting clubs. Do you want us to visit your community or services? Click here to complete request form.

Do You Smoke?

We Know its bad, so why do we still do it? Use these resources to find out more about why and how you can quit

Why Quit How to Quit

How does it effect me?

Want help to quit the smokes? Try building your own personal quit plan or download the 'My QuitBuddy' App

Having Trouble Quitting Free Apps & Tools

Our Achievements

We the TIS Team are very proud of our work so put together this showcase

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Mobile Clinic

Locations & Dates
Southern Goldfields
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Southern Goldfields
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Clinical Services

16-18 MacDonald Street, Kalgoorlie
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Telephone: (08) 9022 5500
Facsimile: (08) 9091 1302

Specialist Clinic Schedules

Dental Weekly

Obstetrician Weekly

Physio Weekly

Podiatry Fortnightly

ENT Quarterly

Diabetes Monthly

Ophthalmologist Monthly

Renal Quarterly