American Lung Association:
Smoke Free Class of 2000
Want to find out more about teens Against Tobacco Use or other peer education programs? Or
send a message to your lawmakers about how you feel about a tocacco control issue? Or just
share ideas about new, interactive features you'd like to see on this site. Then check out
this link, a site "all about you" designed by and for teens!
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
A resource and partner for more than 130 health, civic, corporate, youth and religious
groups dedicated to reducing tobacco use among children. It is the largest non-government
initiative ever launched to protect children from tobacco addiction and exposure to
second-hand smoke. Good place to find a lot of articles and research on the fight against
Voted #1 Teen Tobacco Site in the U.S., this site contains a lot of great information and
activities for teens.
A Canadian site where you can follow the stories of four teens trying to quit smoking.
Lots of interactive games and quizzes to take as you travel through.
Girls lighting up to calm down!
Growing up has never been easy. For girls, pressures and expectations lurk everywhere. Be
thin. Fit in. Find a boyfriend.
Teenage Smoking may lead to
Young smokers more likely to suffer depression.
General's Report for Kids on Smoking
Online smoke-free magazine contains facts about dangers and the effects of smoking on
health. Has examples of what kids have done in the United States to combat cigarette
advertising and make schools smoke-free.
The Truth: Site for information on
Interactive components for writing letters online to tobacco industry, creating multimedia
pieces to tell the truth about tobacco and lots more! Requires Flash.
Links to other teen sites and tobacco sites that contain information about how to quit
smoking, what's in cigarette's and posters.