For cutting-edge, evidence-based tools designed to help specific audiences quit smoking and remain smokefree, look no further.
Clearing the Air (2011)
for all smokers interested in quitting
This booklet is designed to help you at any stage—whether you’re still thinking about quitting, have made the decision to quit, or have already taken steps to quit and just need help maintaining your new lifestyle. Both ex-smokers and experts have contributed to this guide. Clearing the Air can help people at all stages make it to their final goal—living smokefree.
for smokers over age 50
If you’re a smoker over 50 who’s thinking about quitting, Clear Horizons is just for you. Even if you’ve been smoking for most of your life, you can still quit and reverse much of the damage that smoking has caused to your body. This 44-page guide will help you every step of the way. Tools have been included to help reinforce your decision to quit, with information about specific methods, such as replacement therapy or quitting cold turkey. Let Clear Horizons help you make the decision to live longer by quitting smoking.
for smokers who have recently quit
Congratulations! You’ve made the decision to stop smoking, and have taken real steps to quit. Now comes the next step: Staying smokefree. People who quit smoking initially fight to overcome their body’s addiction to the drug nicotine. But afterward, they still face challenges that can tempt them to smoke. Forever Free™ includes eight booklets that describe these challenges and ways to deal with them without smoking. Among the topics are controlling weight gain, dealing with stress, and what to do if you have that first cigarette.
- Booklet 1: An Overview (Text Only Version)
- Booklet 2: Smoking Urges
- Booklet 3: Smoking and Weight (Text Only Version)
- Booklet 4: What if You Have a Cigarette?
- Booklet 5: Your Health
- Booklet 6: Smoking, Stress, and Mood
- Booklet 7: Lifestyle Balance (Text Only Version)
- Booklet 8: Life Without Cigarettes
Forever Free for Baby and Me™ (2004)
for pregnant smokers who have recently quit
Congratulations on quitting smoking! You have taken one of the most important health steps that a woman can take. The fact that you asked for Forever Free for Baby and Me means that you want to stay smokefree for you, your baby, and your family. You can succeed! Your commitment, along with the Forever Free for Baby and Me booklets, should increase your chance of success!
- Booklet 1: An Overview
- Booklet 2: Partner Support
- Booklet 3: Smoking Urges
- Booklet 4: Smoking & Health
- Booklet 5: A Time of Change
- Booklet 6: What If You Have a Cigarette?
- Booklet 7: Smoking, Stress & Mood
- Booklet 8: Lifestyle Balance
- Booklet 9: Smoking & Weight
- Booklet 10: Life Without Cigarettes
Clear Pathways (2013)
for African American Smokers
Clear Pathways is an evidence-based smoking cessation guide for African Americans. The guide provides proven methods on how to quit smoking, including health information tailored to African Americans. The guide also contains interactive sections where users can record information to help them quit smoking.
Smokeless Tobacco: A Guide for Quitting
for young men who have decided to quit using spit tobacco
This booklet is designed specifically for young men who have decided to quit using spit tobacco or who are thinking about quitting. It includes reasons to quit, addresses myths about spit tobacco, and helps the reader develop a plan for quitting.
Fact Sheets and FAQs
for smokers and non-smokers looking to learn about the impact of smoking
Fact Sheets providing information about cigarettes and other tobacco products, environmental tobacco smoke, and additional topics.
- Cigar Smoking and Cancer
- Harms of Smoking and Health Benefits of Quitting
- How To Handle Withdrawal Symptoms and Triggers When You Decide to Quit Smoking
- 'Light' Cigarettes and Cancer Risk
- Myths about NRT Fact Sheet (PDF)
- Secondhand Smoke and Cancer
- Smokeless Tobacco and Cancer
- Where to Get Help When You Decide to Quit Smoking