Tobacco Dependence / Smoking Cessation Resources for Co-ocurring Disorders, Special & Vulnerable Populations
- Enhance Your State’s Tobacco Cessation Efforts Among the Behavioral Health Population
This pdf is a Smoking Cessation Leadership Center (SAMHSA supported) resource for building science-driven efforts to facilitate improved treatment and outcomes.
- AAP Downloadable PowerPoint Presentations
From the American Academy of Pediatrics, Julius B. Richmond Center for Excellence, free downloadable power point presentations on a wide variety of topics - electronic cigarettes, overview of 2014 Surgeon General Report, maternal & child health, LGBTQ and minority populations, teen use, and much more.
Smoke Free Women
Smoke Free Women is a federally supported site to assist women with quitting smoking and provides online cessation guide, topical information related to smoking cessation (weight management, stress & mood regulation, etc.), quit line referrals, phone apps, text messaging, and publications.
- Department of Veterans Affairs: Tobacco & Health
Focused on vulnerable veteran population, this webpage provides tobacco and health information, facts, links to VA quit lines, links to treatment, and more.
- Online Course: Tobacco Dependence and Treatment for Smokers with Co-occurring Mental Illness
Indiana Prevention Resource Center online training developed to equip students and clinicians across all disciplines with evidence-based knowledge and skills to assist patients with co-occurring mental illness and/or substance use disorders to quit smoking.