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Asian Quit Smoking Guide – Quit Smoking Handbook

imageDescription: This booklet presents culturally relevant, step-by-step guidelines and tips on how to quit smoking. The material addresses Asian-specific issues such as how smoking affects the family, how to handle business and social situations where smoking is expected, and more. Personal stories and quotes reinforce key points.

Source: Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC) is funded by the California Department of Public Health and the California Tobacco Control Program. TECC disseminates resources on multiple health issues.

Ordering Information: J682


Facts About Smoking

imageDescription: Basic facts on health effects of smoking, smoking and pregnancy, secondhand smoke and nicotine addiction. English translation on opposite side. Good outreach tool for working with recent immigrants and other non-English speakers.

Source: Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC) is funded by the California Department of Public Health and the California Tobacco Control Program. TECC disseminates resources on multiple health issues.

Ordering Information: J550


How to Help a Smoker Quit

imageDescription: This 12-page Chinese-language booklet is designed for the friends and loved ones of smokers who want to quit using tobacco. The helpful guide discusses the challenges and the process of quitting smoking. It includes information on why it’s hard to quit smoking, how people quit successfully, tips for finding the best ways to help someone quit, quitting aids and methods, and how to help when the process gets tough. Also available in English (J847).

Source: Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC) is funded by the California Department of Public Health and the California Tobacco Control Program. TECC disseminates resources on multiple health issues.

Ordering Information: J848


How to Quit Smoking – Simplified Chinese

imageDescription :Tip sheet on how to quit smoking in Simplified Chinese.

Source :Medline Plus is a website from the National Institute of Health and produced by the National Library of Medicine with information for patients, their families and friends. It contains information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in multiple languages.

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How to Quit Smoking – Traditional Chinese

imageDescription: Tip sheet on how to quit smoking in Traditional Chinese.

Source: Medline Plus is a website from the National Institute of Health and produced by the National Library of Medicine with information for patients, their families, and friends. It contains information about diseases, conditions, and wellness issues in multiple languages.

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Want to Quit Smoking?

ChineseDescription: A promotional brochure with phone numbers, services, and hours of operation of the California Smokers’ Helpline.

Source: Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC) is funded by the California Department of Public Health and the California Tobacco Control Program. TECC disseminates resources on multiple health issues

Price: Free (only in CA)

Ordering Information: J271