Maryland's Tobacco Resource Center - Linking Professionals to Best Practices

Resources

CONSUMER RESOURCES

 

 Online Smoking Cessation Resources for people considering quitting: 

1.  http://betobaccofree.hhs.gov/quit-now/

2.  http://www.becomeanex.org/how-to-quit-smoking.php#

3.  http://smokefree.gov/ready-to-quit

4.  http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/quit_smoking/how_to_quit/

For Active U.S. military:

5.  https://ucanquit2.org/HowToQuit.aspx

For Veterans: 

6.   http://www.maryland.va.gov/publications/healthwatch/

For Teens: 

7.   http://teen.smokefree.gov/

8.   http://smokefree.gov/apps-quitstart

For Women: 

9.   http://women.smokefree.gov/

For Pregnant Women: 

10.  http://youquittwoquit.com/pregnantwomenmothersandfamilies/

Looking for more options?

Go to our Maryland Tobacco Resources page by clicking here. 

Additionally, find even more support by going to:

http://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/quit_smoking/how_to_quit/resources/index.htm

 

PROVIDER RESOURCES

Foundational Knowledge in Tobacco and Cessation:

  • MDQuit is excited to offer a new training resource called Tobacco 101:  Fact Sheets for a Foundational Knowledge in Tobacco and Cessation. This resource offers a collection of "fact sheets" on various tobacco and cesstion topics, from e-cigarettes to social justice issues.  Access this resource by clicking here.  

General Cessation Resources:

  • When looking for solutions and recommendations for designing and implementing a systems change approach to your practice, consider the "Ask and Act: A Tobacco Cessation Program" created by the American Academy of Family Physicians (AAFP), published in 2015. This guide is available for download here.