2011 World Health Organization ReportWHO Report on the Global Tobacco Epidemic: Warning About the Dangers of Tobacco: The 2011 WHO Report on the Global Tobacco Epidemic is the third in a series of reports on the status of global tobacco control policy implementation. Population based cessation measures, smoke free areas, mass media campaigns, package warnings and tobacco taxes are outlined.


Center for Disease ControlBest Practices for Comprehensive Tobacco Control Policies: This CDC report is an evidence based guide that helps states and state leaders implement effective tobacco control programs; such as state and community interventions, mass media campaigns, and quitlines.


U.S. Public Health ServiceA Report of the Surgeon General: Reducing Tobacco Use: This 2000 report of the U.S. Surgeon General found that smoking rates among teens and adults could be cut in half within a decade if the nation would fully implement anti-smoking programs using effective approaches that are already available.


National Institutes of HealthPopulation Based Smoking Cessation: This 2000 National Cancer Institute Monograph assesses the effects of tobacco control programs or public policy change on smoking behavior.


The Community GuideIncreasing Tobacco Use Cessation: Increasing the Unit Price of Tobacco Products: The Guide to Community Preventive Services recommends increases in the unit price of tobacco products as a means of increasing smoking cessation.


The Community GuideIncreasing Tobacco Use Cessation: Provider Reminders with Provider Education: The Guide to Community Preventative Services recommends provider reminder systems with provider education as a means of increasing smoking cessation.


U.S. Public Health ServiceQuick Reference Guide for Clinicians: Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: This U.S. Public Health Service publication contains strategies and guidelines to assist clinicians, smoking cessation specialists, healthcare administrators, insurers, and purchasers in identifying and assessing tobacco users and in delivering effective tobacco dependence interventions.


Public Health Law Center: Smoking Cessation: The Public Health Law Center provides policy-related tobacco cessation resources including best practices, policy options, research and litigation.


Smoking Cessation Leadership CenterSmoking Cessation Leadership Center: The Smoking Cessation Leadership Center aims to increase smoking cessation rates and increase the number of health professionals who help smokers quit. The Smoking Cessation Leadership Center creates partnerships for results with a variety of groups and institutions to develop and implement action plans around smoking cessation.


North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC): North American Quitline Consortium (NAQC) seeks to make high quality quitline services available to all smokers who want to quit. To learn about the quitline in your state or province, browse the Quitline Map of North America. To learn about quitlines around the world, browse the World Map of Quitlines.


Treat TobaccoTobacco Dependence Treatment Resource: Resource center for those working on the treatment of tobacco dependence throughout the world. It presents authoritative, independent, evidence-based information about the treatment of tobacco dependence.


ButtsmallSmokefree Quitline: Smokefree.gov is a resource that is intended to help smokers quit smoking and remain nonsmokers.