American Cancer Society: Tobacco and Cancer
This web page, part of www.cancer.org, provides tips for quitting smoking and explains the Great American Smokeout.
American Lung Association: Tobacco Control
Offers general information about quitting smoking and tobacco control as well as specific information for women and teens.
CDC Media Campaign Resource Center – Cessation Ads
A product of the CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health, the Media Campaign Resource Center is a database of hundreds of licensed advertisements developed by a number of state and federal agencies. They are available for use by other states, organizations and government agencies. This link takes you to the 100 cessation ads currently in the database.
CDC Smoking & Tobacco Use: Quit Smoking
Hosted by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, this web page offers tips on how to quit, links to reports from the Surgeon General, research, data, and reports, and educational materials.
Proyecto Vida: Latino Deje de Fumar
A project that developed language and culturally sensitive services to help members of the Hispanic community quit smoking. From the Tobacco Dependence Program (TDP) through a grant from RWJF.
Online resource with tools, information, and support that have been effective in helping smokers quit, including state and national resources, free materials, and the best quitting advice the National Cancer Institute and its partners have to offer.
Smoking Cessation, Quality of Life and Older Persons
Provides information on tobacco use cessation, links to a wide variety of articles, bibliographies, and other resources provided by the National Center for Tobacco-Free Older Persons, The Center for Social Gerontology.
An essential resource for anyone working on the treatment of tobacco dependence throughout the world, especially for those interested in evidence-based information.
Try to Stop
A resource for smokers interested in quitting sponsored by the Massachusetts Department of Health.