Certain populations have specific issues and needs when addressing tobacco prevention and cessation. Many organizations provide tailored tobacco control resources for specific communities. Some of the most frequently requested are listed below by population. To share or request additional resources on a specific community, please Contact Us.
African American Populations
- National African American Tobacco Prevention Network
- Pathways to Freedom: Winning the Fight Against Tobacco
American Indian and Alaskan Native Populations
- Minnesota Native American Council on Tobacco
- Indigenous Cultural Wellness
- Tribal Smoke-free Policy Toolkit
- Native American Action Plan: Addressing Tobacco Abuse Among Pregnant and PostPartum Women
Asian American Populations
- South Asian Health: Smoking
- Asian Smokers' Quitline Services available in Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, and Vietnamese.
Individuals with Chronic Health Conditions
Individuals with Intellectual Disabilities
Individuals with Mental Health Conditions
- A Hidden Epidemic: Tobacco Use and Mental Illness
- Smoking Cessation Leadership Center: Behavioral Health Resources
- US Food and Drug Administration: The Real Cost
- Smokefree Teen - Note that this site does not discuss nicotine replacement therapy (NRT); if you're interested in finding out more about NRT, talk to your doctor.
- I Quit Brochure
- For more resources for youth and teens, see For Kids and Teens
American Academy of Pediatrics