This new resource includes a list of new and traditional ways to quit tobacco.
Younger populations often use traditional methods of quitting tobacco. This is where technology plays an integral part in tobacco treatment. Quit rates among people who use tobacco are increased when the use of smartphone apps and texting are included as part of a tobacco treatment plan.
Freeing Veterans from Tobacco is designed to support health professionals working with Veteran populations in developing or strengthening tobacco treatment services. The Toolkit educates readers on current tobacco products and health implications; the problem of tobacco use in military populations; tobacco dependence treatment best practices; and support providers in developing new tobacco treatment protocols and/or programs for supporting Veterans in quitting tobacco.
Motivational Interviewing Fact Sheet
Motivational Interviewing (MI) is a client-centered counseling intervention which has been shown to increase future quit attempts in individuals who are resistant to make a quit attempt This document serves as a reference sheet for the basics of MI, including general principles and techniques.
Talking to Tobacco Users on Campus
This one page document provides some examples of what you can say when approaching a tobacco user on campus.