Programs - Tobacco Resources

  • Catch My Breath
    Catch My Breath

    The CATCH (Coordinated Approach to Child Health) My Breath is a youth e-cigarette prevention program designed to increase the students’ knowledge of e-cigarettes, nicotine, and addition dangers while cutting their intended use of the product in the future. Our aim is to inform and educate teachers, parents, and health professionals in the school/after-school setting to…

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  • Dr. DeNoble files

    Victor J. DeNoble, Ph.D. was recruited in 1980 by the Phillip Morris Research Center to build a secret research lab and to develop a cigarette with reduced heart risk. After successfully identifying a nicotine substitute that did not elevate the heart rate in animal models, his attempts to publish his work were suppressed by Philip…

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  • FRESHSTART
    FRESHSTART

    Do you or someone you know need help to stop smoking? Or help quitting tobacco? A tobacco cessation program designed by the American Cancer Society to help tobacco users successfully quit using tobacco products in four 1 hour sessions. Fresh Start is a participant guided course that enriches quitting tobacco efforts with a certified facilitator…

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  • Live Help Chat – National Cancer Institute

    The Information Specialists can answer your questions about cancer, clinical trials, and quitting smoking. LiveHelp is confidential. LiveHelp does not provide medical advice. LiveHelp is available Monday-Friday, 9:00 am – 9:00 pm Eastern Time. LiveHelp is also available in Spanish at the following link http://LiveHelp-es.cancer.gov. NCI’s LiveHelp Service is staffed by real people. By typing, you…

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  • Parent/Teacher Tobacco Information

    cdc.gov: https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/about-e-cigarettes.html healthchildren.org https://www.healthychildren.org/English/health-issues/conditions/tobacco/Pages/Facts-For-Parents-About-E-Cigarettes-Electronic-Nicotine-Delivery-Systems.aspx fda.gov https://www.fda.gov/tobaccoproducts/labeling/productsingredientscomponents/ucm456610.htm tobaccofreekids.org https://www.tobaccofreekids.org/ txsaywhat.com txsaywhat.com Spanish material: https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/e-cigarettes/pdfs/electronic-cigarettes-infographic-spanish-508.pdf

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  • Quit for Life Program

    This program is a confidential, free tobacco cessation service funded by the American Cancer Society. When you join this free program, professionals will help you create an easy-to-follow quitting plan that will show you how to get ready, take action, and then live the rest of your life as a non-smoker.

    Price:
    Free for all eligible participants.

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  • Quit Line – Yes Quit
    Quit Line – Yes Quit

    You’ll have someone to talk to who understands what you’re going through. And best of all, the program of professional support can double your chances of successfully quitting smoking. The Quitline includes these benefits: Quit Coach® – Counseling sessions tailored to you, with a focus on your preparation for the quit attempt and long-term success…

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  • Ready, Set, Quit! Smoking Cessation Course

    This program is taught by registered respiratory therapists and is designed to help participants stop smoking by providing them with all of the essential information and strategies needed to direct their own efforts at quitting including addressing the behaviors, thoughts, and feelings of the smokers. There is $25 registration fee which includes the instruction and…

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