Alliance For The Preventing And Treating Of Nicotine Addiction

Tool Kits

The Alliance has developed the Health Care Provider’s Tool Kit for Delivering Smoking Cessation Services. The Tool Kit contains:

Other Tool Kits

The Center for Tobacco Research and Intervention at the University of Wisconsin at Madison (UW-CTRI) has developed Clinical Packets to assist clinicians to intervene more effectively with their patients who use tobacco. The packets are based upon the Public Health Service Guideline Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence and contain information on intervening with patients who are willing to quit, patients who are unwilling to quit and information on efficacious treatment modalities. To access the Clinical Packet, visit

The National Insitutes of Health National Heart, Lung, and Blood Institute developed a guide in 1993 aimed at nurses. Nurses: Help Your Patients Stop Smoking contains information on the stages of change and suggestions for intervening with patients. The guide can be accessed at

First 5 Community Guide for Supporting Effective Tobacco Cessation Services, August 2003.

This publication was developed by the Center for Health Improvement for county children and families commissions. Based on best practices, this resource includes recommendations, case studies, and sample documents to assist commissions in their efforts to help pregnant women and parents quit smoking. Copies of this publication are available to download from website.

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