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Aboriginal Quitline unveils new logo

Date posted: 18 March 2016

Aboriginal Quitline, a safe space to yarn about smoking and smoking cessation for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Victorians, has unveiled a new logo in time for National Close the gap day.

The new branding, which features elements from Aboriginal artist, Dixon Patten Jnr, a Yorta Yorta and Gunai man, was developed in consultation with Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander community groups to ensure the wider community could successfully identify and relate to the Aboriginal Quitline brand.

Quitline has proven to be one of the most successful methods to support people to quit smoking for good, and is an increasingly popular method for Aboriginal Victorians to cut down or quit. There are currently two Aboriginal Quitline advisors available to take calls on 13 78 48.

The new artwork was commissioned by the Cancer Council Victoria, and depicts the cancer journey alongside Cancer Council's values.

Source: Quit Victoria

Aboriginal Quitline logo by Dixon Patten Jnr

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