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                        American Cancer Society www.cancer.org
                        American Cancer Society www.cancer.org
                       -Great American Smokeout
                        -Great American Smokeout
                       -Tobacco Control, Policy, & Advocacy www.acscan.org
                        -Tobacco Control, Policy, & Advocacy      www.acscan.org

                       The American Heart Association site contains facts, activities and
                       much more.

                       The American Lung Association of Wisconsin offers tobacco
                       control programs, training and resources.
                            Not On Tobacco (N-O-T) – Comprehensive program
                               designed specifically to help middle and high school students
                               stop smoking.
                            Teens Against Tobacco Use (T.A.T.U.) – Tobacco education
                               and prevention program employing a peer-teaching model.
Improving Life,             Freedom From Smoking (FFS) Clinic and FFS Online –
                               Small group program to help adults quit smoking (Clinic)
One Breath at a Time           and a FREE ONLINE program to help adults quit smoking.
                       The Lung Association also offers additional resources on Asthma,
                       Air Quality (indoor & outdoor), and Lung Disease.

                       www.lungwi.org (Wisconsin) / www.lungusa.org (National website)
                       The American Nonsmokers' Rights Foundation, an educational
                       nonprofit organization, creates comprehensive programs for school-
                       age youth on issues of smoking prevention and their right to breathe
                       smoke-free air. We also provide educational materials to aid adults
                       in their quest for a smoke-free environment.


                       Developed by the US Dept of Health and Family Services and
                       SAMHSA’s National Clearinghouse for Alcohol and Drug
                       Information offers activities for teens and children and the adults
                       who work with them.

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
-Kick Butts Day
-Special Reports, State & Federal Initiatives
-Quick Youth Statistics, Facts, Marketing Tactics

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) is responsible
for leading and coordinating strategic efforts aimed at preventing
tobacco use among youth, promoting smoking cessation among
youth and adults, protecting nonsmokers from environmental
tobacco smoke (ETS), and eliminating tobacco-related health

FACT (Fighting Against Corporate Tobacco) is Wisconsin’s
youth-led tobacco prevention movement created for and by teens.
 FACT is a youth-led campaign seeking to empower young people
to make informed choices about tobacco by learning the facts about
how the tobacco industry targets them. FACT youth are taking
action statewide and in their communities to reduce youth tobacco
use and prevent their friends from becoming targets of the tobacco

For more information about FACT, contact Luke Witkowski, FACT
Field Guru – 608-833-0857 – luke@fightwithfact.com or visit

Wisconsin Department of Public Instruction
-AODA Grant Writers Resources
-Training and Technical Assistance
-Student AODA Mini-Grant Application & Guidelines

Wisconsin School Tobacco Prevention Resources

Student AODA Mini-Grant Program
                    The National Cancer Institute (NCI) is a component of the
                    National Institutes of Health (NIH), one of eight agencies that
                    compose the Public Health Service (PHS) in the Department of
                    Health and Human Services (DHHS). The NCI is the Federal
                    Government's principal agency for cancer research and training.


                    Preserving the right to live and breathe tobacco free

                    SmokeFree Wisconsin was created in 2000, on the momentum of the
                    strong, statewide partnerships that came together to achieve the
                    successes of the Wisconsin Smokeless States Project. SmokeFree
                    Wisconsin brings together the established strengths of Wisconsin's
                    powerful tobacco control community, the TRUST Campaign
                    (Tobacco Reduction Using the Settlement), and the longstanding
                    support of the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation.


                    You will discover that with a little help from your fellow quitters,
Smokeless Tobacco   life without the tin or pouch is very possible.


                    A tobacco free education program for kids from the American
                    Academy of Family Physicians. The program focuses on the short-
                    term, image-based consequences of tobacco use and how to think
                    critically about tobacco advertising. A follow-up poster contest at
                    the school, state, and national levels is conducted to reinforce the
                    Tar Wars message.


                    Tobacco Control Resource Center for Wisconsin provides free
                    materials, lending library, secondhand smoke fact sheets, cessation
                    resources, key local and statewide contacts, and much more.


                    Trinkets and Trash
                    The online surveillance system and archive of tobacco products and
                    tobacco industry marketing materials.

University of Wisconsin Center for Tobacco Research and
Intervention (CTRI)

-Free Quit Line Materials
-Community Guide to Quit - Tobacco Programs
-Quit Information for Smokers and Chewers
-Information for or about: researchers, health care providers,
smokers, insurers, employers, and advocates
-Clinical Practice Guidelines
Wisconsin’s Department of Health Services Tobacco Prevention
and Control Program

Nearly 7,000 people die annually from illnesses directly related to
smoking and approximately 751 die from illnesses and fires
indirectly related to smoking, for a total of 7,717 annual deaths in
Wisconsin. Tobacco use also costs Wisconsin approximately $4.5
billion annually in health care expenses and lost productivity. This
website provides information and links to tobacco use prevention
and tobacco addiction treatment resources in Wisconsin.

To get more information on programs and activities such as keeping
youth from starting smoking, and assuring all retailers comply with
retail sales laws and do the right thing by not selling tobacco
products to kids go to the Tobacco Prevention and Control
Program’s website.


The Wisconsin Wins (WI Wins) campaign is a science-based,
state-level initiative designed to decrease youth access to tobacco
products. The WI Wins campaign was launched in the spring of
2002 to assure compliance with the Federal Synar regulation which
requires states to maintain a youth access rate of less than 20% and
is part of a comprehensive approach to preventing youth retail
access to tobacco.

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