Toolkits

Correctional Populations

Designed for use in all correctional facilities. Participating inmates will learn about the health effects of tobacco use, how to quit using tobacco in the correctional environment and how to stay quit upon release. Included are instructions for facilitators, reproducible handouts and a resource section to obtain additional information and materials.

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Destination Tobacco-Free: A Practical Tool for Hospitals and Health Systems, revised 2013

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DIMENSIONS: Tobacco-Free Policy Toolkit

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DIMENSIONS: Well Body Toolkit for Healthcare Providers

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Do You CAARD? Provider Cessation Toolkit

California diabetes educator campaign and provider toolkit to help promote cessation and the Ask Advise Refer model. The toolkit can be used nationally. Visit the Do You CAARD? web site for more resources. 

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Implementing Smoke-Free Laws

from Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights (ANR)

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Legacy Health Foundation, Youth Activism in Tobacco Control: A Toolkit for Action

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Interactive Digital Media Toolkit

from the CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health was developed to further support and promote the CDC Tips From Former Smokers campaign.  Organizations can use the toolkit to leverage OSH content on their existing Web sites or social media profiles or they can opt to create new profiles or content in support of the campaign. 

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Prevent Tobacco Use (CADCA)

The toolkit uses as its basis CADCA’s Seven Strategies for Effective Community Change, providing actions and strategies coalitions can use for each of the seven steps to achieve community change. The toolkit’s content is based on an environmental approach, with strategies aimed at changing or influencing community conditions, standards, institutions, structures, systems and policies.

The toolkit also includes fact sheets, success stories, and several helpful tools such as a sample logic model, a sample smoke-free ordinance and sample intervention maps to help coalitions craft their plan of action depending on the root causes of their community’s tobacco use problems and local conditions.

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Tobacco Cessation and the Affordable Care Act

From the American Lung Association for factsheets, template letters, and other helpful tools at this site.

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Tobacco Cessation and Prevention Implementation Program

Pharmacist-Assisted Class: Implementation Guide

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Tobacco Free Toolkit: For Community Health Facilities, National Edition

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