The Tobacco Control Program thanks Vermont's health professionals for their work to help educate Vermonters about tobacco use, prevention, and cessation. In addition to speaking to youth and parents about the dangers of smoking, health professional are instrumental in referring smokers to quitting resources around the state.
Vermont Quit Network - 802Quits
When your patients decides to quit, these free services can help them find success. Through 802Quits they can get free nicotine replacement - gum, patches or lozenges - shipped right to their door (while supplies last). Visit 802Quits.org
Use this Fax Referral Form to refer smokers to the Vermont Quit Network's phone and in-person coaching. The smoker will receive a call within 24 hours to arrange their coaching at a time that is convenient for them.
Multiple copies are available upon request.
Fact Sheets and Patient Guidance
- Asthma, Smoking, and Lung Health
- Betel Nut and Tobacco Facts
- Cognitive Impairment - BRFSS Data Brief
- Diabetes, Smoking, and Your Heart
- E-Cigarettes (Electronic Cigarettes)
- General Health and Smoking
- Heart Health and Smoking
- Mental Health, Substance Abuse, and Tobacco Use
- Smoking and Brain Health
- Women's Health and Smoking
- Mental Health and Tobacco - For patients in mental health facilities who have questions about addressing tobacco use during treatment.
- Substance Abuse and Tobacco - For patients in substance abuse facilities who have questions about addressing tobacco use during treatment.
Reports from the Office of the U.S. Surgeon General
- How Tobacco Smoke Causes Disease
- Women and Smoking
- Health Consequences of Involuntary Exposure to Tobacco Smoke
- Office of the Surgeon General