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The Toll of Tobacco in Kentucky

Preemption: The Biggest Challenge to Tobacco Control

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Get the facts about electronic cigarettes, their health effects and risks


Tobacco Treatment Coverage in Kentucky:

Your Questions Answered


Free or Low-Cost Nicotine Replacement

Therapy (NRT) in Kentucky

Tobacco-Free Schools in Kentucky (map)


Tobacco Use and Mental Illness Infographic


Smoking During Pregnancy in KY Infographic

Smoking During Pregnancy Flyer​

Cancer Capital Image

Cancer Capital Ad

Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids

Kentucky's Tobacco Toll

A State-by-State Look at the 1998 Tobacco Settlement 21 Years Later

Americans for Nonsmokers Rights

What is Preemption?

Kentucky Voices for Health

Infographic: The Cost of Smoking

The Kentucky Center for Smoke-Free Policy

Model Smoke-Free Ordinance

Kentucky Youth Advocates

Infographic: Smoking During Pregnancy

Infographic: Teen Smoking in Kentucky

Cessation Resources for Consumers:


Quit Now Kentucky:


Quitline Map:

Kentucky Medical Association Commit to Quit KY:

Tobacco Free Life

American Lung Association Freedom from Smoking:


American Cancer Society How to Quit Smoking or Smokeless Tobacco:


Kentucky Cancer Program Plan to Be Tobacco Free:

Plan to be Tobacco Free is a program to help Kentuckians learn which smoking cessation programs are available and assist them with deciding which option is best for them. The FREE one-time class is conducted by KCP Tobacco Treatment Navigators at worksites and in community locations for individuals who use tobacco, their friends and family. Participants will learn about tobacco cessation products, assess personal habits, and develop a customized quit plan. "Contact your KCP representative" to schedule a program or to enroll in an upcoming session.

Kentucky Cancer Program Regional Staff:

American Cancer Society Benefits of Quitting Over Time:

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention Tips from Former Smokers (including success stories that could be used):

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Cessation Resources for Health Care Professionals:


American Lung Association:


Kentucky Quitline:


National Comprehensive Cancer Network:


Kentucky Medical Association Commit to Quit:


Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training:

The BREATHE Tobacco Treatment Specialist (TTS) training is designed to equip you with evidence-based skills to treat tobacco dependence across a range of settings. The BREATHE online TTS course teaches core competencies developed by the Association for the Treatment of Tobacco Use and Dependence (ATTUD) and is accredited by the Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Programs (CTTTP). The course, using the Canvas online platform, includes twenty-seven hours of self-paced training, assignments and evaluation. Expected course completion time is eight weeks. After finishing the course, participants earn a training certificate, which is the first step in obtaining TTS Certification.

Medical Pharmacology Chart:

Treatment of Tobacco Addiction Resources for Lung Cancer:

Provider Education:

American Cancer Society

Cancer Action Network


American Heart Association American Stroke Association


American Lung Association


Baptist Health


Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids


Foundation for a Healthy Kentucky


Kentucky Cancer Foundation


Kentucky Center for Smoke-free Policy


Kentucky Chamber of Commerce


Kentucky Council of Churches

Kentucky Equal Justice Center


Kentucky Health Collaborative


Kentucky Health Departments Association

Kentucky Hospital Association


Kentucky Medical Association


Kentucky Nurses Association


Kentucky Voices for Health


Kentucky Youth Advocates

Contact the Coalition

Toll Free: 877-326-2583

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