Tips from Former Smokers
The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC’s) "Tips from Former Smokers" campaign features former smokers living with smoking-related diseases and disabilities. Visit Tips from Former Smokers.
The Real Cost
The Food and Drug Administration’s (FDA’s) "The Real Cost" peer-to-peer campaign is designed to educate at-risk youth aged 12-17 about the harms of tobacco use. Visit The Real Cost.
The National Cancer Institute's (NCI’s) Smokefree.gov provides free, accurate, evidence-based information and professional assistance to help support the immediate and long-term needs of people trying to quit smoking. The site provides tips and tools, including apps and text messaging programs, to help you quit smoking, and has subsites specifically for veterans, women, teens, Spanish-speakers, and people over 60. Visit Smokefree.gov.
Every Try Counts
FDA’s “Every Try Counts“ campaign aims to change attitudes and beliefs about what it means to quit smoking, increase motivation to try quitting again, and encourage smokers to ‘practice the quit,’ as each attempt makes them more likely to succeed. Visit Every Try Counts.
FDA's "Fresh Empire" is their first public education campaign designed to prevent and reduce tobacco use among at-risk multicultural youth ages 12-17 who identify with hip-hop culture, specifically African American, Hispanic, and Asian American/Pacific Islander youth. Visit Fresh Empire.
This Free Life
FDA’s "This Free Life" public education campaign is designed to prevent and reduce tobacco use among LGBT young adults who use tobacco occasionally. Through the use of authentic and credible messages from tobacco-free members of the LGBT community, the campaign encourages these young adults to draw inspiration from their peers to also live tobacco-free. Visit This Free Life.