Sites we recommend

The following are resources and sites we think you might find helpful to learn more about quitting smoking and how the world is trying to get tobacco free.

  • CDC
  • The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), through its Office on Smoking and Health (OSH), is the lead federal agency for comprehensive tobacco prevention and control. OSH is a division within the National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion, which is located within CDC’s Coordinating Center for Health Promotion.

  • Cancer.org
  • Information, news, support, and community about cancer by the American Cancer Society

  • Freedom From Smoking
  • American Lung Association offers its Freedom From Smoking® program, considered the “gold standard” of group-setting, peer-support smoking cessation programs.

  • Nicotine Anonymous
  • Nicotine Anonymous is a Non-Profit 12 Step Fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives.

  • Tobaccofree.org
  • Empowering smokers to quit successfully. Motivating youth to stay tobacco free.

  • Notobacco.org
  • Site dedicated to helping keep our youth smoke free

  • Smokefree.gov
  • Smokefree.gov is intended to help you or someone you care about quit smoking.

  • Smoke Free Jacksonville
  • Smoke-Free Jacksonville is the community partnership of adults and youth working together to prevent youth tobacco use and youth exposure to second-hand smoke whereby youth conceive and carry out tobacco prevention.

  • Tobacco.org
  • Tobacco.org is a free resource center focusing on tobacco and smoking issues. It features tobacco news, information, assistance for smokers trying to quit, alerts on tobacco control issues, and open consideration of all aspects of the spectrum of issues concerning tobacco, nicotine, cigarettes and cigars.