Georgia Tobacco Quit Line – The Georgia Tobacco Quit Line is a free, confidential public health service available to assist Georgians with quitting smoking and all forms of tobacco. Services are provided for any tobacco user 13 years or older living in Georgia. The Quit Line number is 1-877-270-STOP (877-270-7867). Referral forms are also available in English and Spanish.
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids – The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids advocates for public policies proven to prevent kids from smoking, help smokers quit and protect everyone from secondhand smoke. Their website gives an overview of tobacco and its consequences, current issues and fact sheets.
Kick Butts Day – KBD is The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids’ annual event that fosters youth activism and leadership in the fight against tobacco. The website provides resources for planning and registering your yearly event, as well as steps to participate in their campaigns.
truth campaign – truth is a media campaign geared towards youth and young adults to expose tobacco company lies.
The Real Cost – The Real Cost is a campaign by the FDA’s Center for Tobacco Products to reduce the number of teens who experiment with smoking and become lifelong tobacco users. The website presents facts about the tobacco plant, smoked tobacco and smokeless tobacco; health costs and addiction; and how various decisions teens make can impact their lives.
Smokefree Teen – Smokefree Teen is designed to help youth understand the decisions they make—especially the decision to quit smoking—and how those decisions fit into their lives.
Counter Tobacco – Counter Tobacco is the first comprehensive resource for local, state, and federal organizations working to counteract tobacco product sales and marketing at the point of sale. The website offers evidence-based descriptions of the problem, policy solutions, advocacy materials, news updates and an image gallery exposing tobacco industry tactics at the point of sale.
FDA Center for Tobacco Products – U.S. Food and Drug Administration’s informational website on tobacco products. Resources include product requirements, marketing and labeling; guidance, regulations and compliance; news and events; youth and tobacco; public health, science and research; and more.
American Academy of Pediatrics – The American Academy of Pediatrics Tobacco Control and Prevention initiative is committed to protecting children from tobacco and secondhand smoke. Their website contains a map of state-specific resources, as well as tools for families, communities, clinicians and educators.
American Cancer Society – The American Cancer Society Tobacco and Cancer website has information on tobacco use, resources to help people quit and guides to help adults talk to youth about the dangers of smoking.
Tobacco Prevention Toolkit – The Tobacco Prevention Toolkit by Stanford Medicine contains everything you need about tobacco prevention, including e-cigarettes and vaping.