How to Quit Resources
Materials and Online Cessation Programs
American Legacy Foundation’s EX Cessation Program
This program helps you create a personalized cessation program, which targets the physical, psychological, behavioral and spiritual aspects of addiction. The website also features a Resource Center and an online community for EX members to share their experiences.
US Department of Health and Human Services’ downloadable
workbook for smoking cessation.
American Cancer Society’s web page with many downloadable
A 12-step support program designed to help people live without using tobacco. Meetings are available by telephone, over the internet, and in many communities.
Provides on-line support for quitting tobacco, including research information, testimonials, online communications, and cessation resources in your locale.
Downloadable guide from the Foundation for a Smokefree America
Help for Smokers and Other Tobacco Users
Consumer booklet from the Agency for Healthcare Research and Quality.
to Freedom: Winning the Fight Against Tobacco
CDC cessation guidebook for African American Adults
An online version of the American Lung Association’s
tobacco cessation program. Access is free but requires registration.
Once registered many handout and information sheets are available
to download in either Acrobat or Microsoft word. Topics range
from readiness quizzes and rewards to assertive communication
skills and relapse prevention.
Information sheets and FAQ’s for pregnant women from
the American Lung Association.
Health Consequences of Smoking on the Human Body
An interactive on-line presentation based on the Surgeon General’s
2004 report. Includes tips on quitting and benefits of quitting
for Disease Control and Prevention
Lung Association’s Smoking Cessation Support
Net On-line support for smokers
Scoop on Smoking from the American Council on Science and
Health for adolescents