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Health Issues - Tobacco Use


Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Contact:

Gloria Bryan
Public Health Advisor
University Office Park, RHODES Building, Room 2116
Atlanta, GA 30341
Phone: 770-488-6162

Quitline Resource: 1-800-QUIT NOW


Youth Prevention Links

Spit Tobacco Links

National Government Agencies

National Associations

  • Action on Smoking and Health (ASH) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Produces materials on a variety of smoking and health topics for the public with emphasis on legal action to protect nonsmokers' health.
  • American Cancer Society (ACS) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Provides smoking education, prevention, and cessation programs and distributes pamphlets, posters, and exhibits on smoking.
  • American Council on Science and Health (ACSH) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Provides scientific evaluations on tobacco-related topics.
  • American Heart Association (A H A) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Promotes smoking intervention programs at schools, workplaces, and health care sites.
  • American Legacy Foundation Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Collaborates with national, state, and local organizations through grant awards, research initiatives, marketing efforts, and training programs in an effort to reduce youth tobacco use, decrease exposure to second-hand smoke, increase successful quit rates, and reduce disparities in access to prevention and cessation services and in exposure to secondhand smoke.
  • American Lung Association (ALA) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Conducts programs addressing smoking cessation, prevention, and the protection of nonsmokers' health and provides a variety of educational materials for the public and health professionals. Refer to your phone book for the A L A chapter in your area or contact the national office below for further information.
  • American Medical Association (A M A) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Provides smoking intervention guides for physicians and health care providers.
  • Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights (A N R) Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Provides information to organizations and individuals to assist in passing ordinances, implementing workplace regulations, and developing smoking policies in the workplace.
  • Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Works to protect children from exposure and addiction to tobacco by raising awareness; changing public policies to limit the marketing and sales of tobacco to children; altering the environment in which tobacco use and policy decisions are made; and actively countering the tobacco industry and its special interests.
  • SmokeFree Educational Services, Inc. Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving
    Provides smoking and health educational materials for schools and workplaces in the form of booklets, posters, videos, and stickers.
  • World Health Organization Exit Disclaimer: You Are Leaving

Tobacco Statistics

Tobacco Guidelines

Tribal Tobacco Policy

Other Tobacco Policy Links