Smoke-free Communities

Learn more about state actions to help curb tobacco use, and get information on how employers can help create a safer, healthier workplace for their employees.

Create a Smoke-free Workplace

Employers concerned about their employees may be able to improve their health and help them be more productive by creating a smoke-free workplace. Many state and local governments now require workplaces to be smoke-free.
 

  • Tobacco in the Workplace: A Model Policy - Employers concerned about their employees may be able to improve their health and help them be more productive by creating a tobacco-free workplace.
  • Quit For Life - The American Cancer Society Quit For Life® Program is a telephone-based coaching and Web-based learning support service to help people quit smoking.
  • Health Communication Tool Kits at our Content Subscription Service - These Tool Kits, including one on tobacco cessation, are designed to help your organization implement a variety of health and cancer awareness campaigns and show employees that you are committed to helping them stay well and get well.

Keeping Your Kids Tobacco-free

Teens whose parents often talk with them about the dangers of smoking are about half as likely to smoke as those who don’t have these discussions with their parents. Learn how to help keep your kids tobacco-free.