Tobacco-Related Disparities: Pregnancy

Commercial tobacco use during pregnancy can lead to pregnancy complications, low birth weight, and possible long-term health effects for the child, such as asthma.

The MDHHS Tobacco Control program is dedicated to working with national, state, and community-based organizations to gather information on commercial tobacco use among Michigan women of all populations who are pregnant to help make appropriate tobacco services that meet the needs of these women.

If you are interested in participating in future collaborative efforts to reduce commercial tobacco use among women of all populations who are pregnant in Michigan, please contact us at 517-335-8376.


The Michigan Tobacco Quitline (1-800-QUIT-NOW) can provide support for individuals who want to quit smoking.

For additional resources and webinars, please visit our MDHHS Tobacco Control Program Online Tobacco Resource Library page.

More data and reports related to commercial tobacco use and quitting rates can be found on our Data & Statistics About Tobacco in Michigan webpage.

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