Fact Sheets & Reports

SCLC: The Tobacco Epidemic, 2017

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Ending Cigarette Use By Adults In A Generation Is Possible - The Views Of 120 Leaders In Tobacco Control

Executive Summary Report

Michael Terry, John Seffrin, Ph.D., K. Michael Cummings,
Ph.D., Allan Erickson, and Donald Shopland; Authors

Core Team on Tobacco Control

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State of Tobacco Control 2017

From the American Lung Association

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Tobacco Use among the Homeless Population: FAQ

From the Public Health Law Center

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Coding for Tobacco Screening and Cessation

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Marijuana and Tobacco Use

This fact sheet gives background on marijuana and marijuana use, along with the adverse health effects and other associated risks. 

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Approaches to Promoting Medicaid Tobacco Cessation Coverage: Promising Practices and Lessons Learned

This report from the American Lung Association looks at five states’ approaches to promoting their tobacco cessation benefit for Medicaid enrollees. State public health department staff gave details about key strategies for promoting Medicaid cessation coverage; using partnerships to echo promotion efforts; and understanding the impact a successful promotion campaign can have on a Medicaid program.

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County Health Rankings & Roadmaps

The County Health Rankings & Roadmaps program is a collaboration between the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation and the University of Wisconsin Population Health Institute, providing a reliable, sustainable source of local data to communities to help them identify opportunities to improve their health

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State Tobacco Cessation Coverage, American Lung Association

American Lung Association's state cessation coverage database with information on Medicaid coverage, state employee health plan coverage, quitlines and more.

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Achieving Health Equity in Tobacco Control

This resource is a product of a joint effort of SCLC and a consortium of organizations coordinating efforts in response to the 50th anniversary of the Surgeon General's report on smoking and health. Statistics and facts about how smoking disproportionately affects the poor, homeless people, racial minorities, the LGBT community, and those suffering from mental illness and substance abuse disorders are included.

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Best Practices User Guide: Health Equity

From the CDC, this user guide focuses on how comprehensive tobacco control programs can work to achieve health equity in tobacco prevention and control. It offers tobacco control program staff and partners information on how to work toward achieving health equity when planning, implementing, and enforcing tobacco control policies.

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CPT & ICD-9 Code for Test on the Breath Carbon Monoxide (CO) Smokerlyzer Monitor

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Tobacco Use and the Military

From Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

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Comparison of Smoke-Free Housing Policy Factors: Private Market Rate versus Publicly Subsidized Multi - Unit Housing

From the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium, a chart comparing common smoke-free policy factors in private versus publicly subsidized multi-unit housing.

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Creating Smoke-Free Affordable Housing

This guide from the Tobacco Control Legal Consortium provides basic information for low-income housing providers to consider when implementing smoke-free policies.

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Case Study: The Effect of Expanding Cessation Coverage— The Massachusetts Medicaid Cessation Benefit

National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion. (2014). CDC.

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Helping Smokers Quit: Tobacco Cessation Coverage 2014

This report from the American Lung Association provides an overview of tobacco cessation coverage in Medicaid, state employee health insurance and other private insurance. It also discusses recent changes in the healthcare system, specifically Affordable Care Act requirements and puts tobacco cessation coverage in the context of the changing landscape of healthcare. The report shows how far the United States has come in helping smokers quit and how much still needs to be done to help smokers quit. As in previous years, the report includes appendices with state-specific data.

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CDC Vital Signs - "Adult Smoking: Focusing on People with Mental Illness" (February 2013)

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The Truth About Kids and Smoking

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SCLC: Pharmacologic Product Guide: FDA-approved medications, Rx for Change, 2017

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SCLC: Drug Interactions with Tobacco Smoke, Rx for Change, 2017

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