Shows the current tobacco use rates by branch of the military as well as the top reasons service members give for smoking.
Information on Veteran populations in California counties. This fact sheet shows what percent of a county’s population are Veterans.
A toolkit for Assessing and Implementing Tobacco Treatment Services
Freeing Veterans from Tobacco is designed to support health professionals working with Veteran populations in developing or strengthening tobacco treatment services. The Toolkit educates readers on current tobacco products and health implications; the problem of tobacco use in military populations; tobacco dependence treatment best practices; and support providers in developing new tobacco treatment protocols and/or programs for supporting Veterans in quitting tobacco.
Facts and Tips Anyone Can Use to Help People Quit Tobacco
This resource is meant for anyone who works with military service members and their families. It’s designed to equip individuals who are not experts in tobacco cessation with useful tools and information to help people quit. Within the flipbook’s pages are well-cited, simple facts that can be incorporated into any job, discipline, or occupation. From the front desk staff to personal trainers to a well seasoned infantry service member, the information contained in the flipbook can serve as a resource for anyone to do a brief intervention or provide a quick phone number to someone trying to quit tobacco.
Printed copies of this resource can be requested at firstname.lastname@example.org.
A Guide For Public Health Civilians Working With Military Communities
This Guide was created by Project UNIFORM to assist civilians working with (or considering working with) military communities. It includes information on understanding the community, rank, uniforms, the importance of communication, ideas for outreach, and more!