The Tobacco Control Program has produced a number of resources, including state reports and data briefs, to help you protect youth from e-cigarettes and nicotine exposure and support Vermonters attempting to quit tobacco and stay tobacco-free. 

Promote Quitting

Fact Sheets

802Quits Resource Descriptions
Mental Health, Substance Abuse and Tobacco Use

Order Materials to Support Quitting

Posters, Brochures, Rack Cards and Stickers can be ordered at

Patient/Client Flyers

Tobacco and Mental Health
Tobacco and Substance Use
Smoking and Asthma
Smoking and Brain Health
Betel Nut and Tobacco Facts

Permanent Signage

Free and customizable signage with your business name or logo

Smoke Free Signage Order Form


Provide Facts on E-Cigarettes and Vaping


Resources to help explain the latest knowledge and understanding of these devices:

Health Snapshot: Youth and E-Cigarettes
E-Cigarettes and Youth
E-Cigarette Pointers for Parents
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids Electronic Cigarettes: An Overview of Key Issues
CDC E-Cigarette Infographic
E-Cigarette Poisoning
E-Cigarette Pointers for Nurses and SAPs
Guide for Health Professionals
Guide for Quitting Tobacco Advocates
Guide for Employers
Evidence about E-Cigarettes
Email Us to Request E-Cigarette Presentation Materials

Radon and Tobacco Link to Lung Cancer

Fact sheet on how radon and tobacco are linked to lung cancer
More information on radon and tobacco

Information for Medical Providers

Find all your resources and more to help your patients quit tobacco

Available at 
Provider Poster
5A's Card (Ask, Advise, Assess, Assist, Arrange),
Nicotine Replacement Therapy Resources Fact Sheet
Provider Toolkit

Pregnancy Incentive Program
CPT codes
CDC Know the Risks: A Youth Guide to E-Cigarettes

Listen to Health Commissioner Dr. Mark Levine explain how e-cigarettes are harming our youth.

Plan for a Tobacco-Free Future
Tobacco Control Program Strategic Plan 2015-2020
Tobacco Control Program Logic Model 2015-2020
Healthy Vermonters 2020 : State health assessment plan that documents the health status of Vermonters and will guide the work of public health through 2020
3-4-50 Strategy