Tobacco Use Prevention Program
Internet-based Tobacco Cessation
Internet-based tobacco cessation interventions utilize web sites to provide evidence-based information, strategies, and behavioral support to motivate and assist tobacco users interested in quitting.
EX is brought to you by Legacy, a national non-profit helping people live longer, healthier lives. Working in partnership with Mayo Clinic, a world leader in quitting smoking, Legacy developed the EX Plan and BecomeAnEX.org to show people how to re-learn life without cigarettes and quit for good.
MyLastDip is a Web-based research project website funded by a grant from the National Cancer Institute to evaluate ways to help people quit using smokeless tobacco. If you participate, they ask you to take enough time to use what the website recommends and complete two follow-up surveys, so that you can tell them what happens. Your feedback helps them improve their ability to help others.
Smokefree.gov is intended to help you or someone you care about quit smoking. Different people need different resources as they try to quit. The information and professional assistance available on this Web site can help to support both your immediate and long-term needs as you become, and remain, a nonsmoker.
Smokefree Teen is designed and run by people at the National Cancer Institute. They want you to take control of your health. And that’s why we developed this site. They're NOT going to tell you what to do. This site is designed to help you understand the decisions you make—especially the decision to quit smoking—and how those decisions fit into your life.
SmokefreeTXT is a mobile service designed for young adults across the United States. It was created to provide 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help smokers stop smoking for good.
Gallatin County Tobacco Use Prevention Program and Online Tobacco Cessation Programs for Youth and Young Adults.
Quit Tobacco—Make Everyone Proud is an educational campaign for the U.S. military, sponsored by the U.S. Department of Defense. Launched in February of 2007, the mission of the campaign Web site is to help U.S. service members and Veterans enrolled for care in the VA health care system quit tobacco—for themselves and for the people they love.
Women.Smokefree.gov is intended to help you or someone you care about quit smoking and is designed to try to provide information about topics that are often important to women.
Gallatin County Tobacco Use Prevention Program
404 West Main
Bozeman, Montana 59715