"Cleaning the Air," "Clear Horizons" and "Forever Free" are all examples of smoking cessation pamphlets that may provide smokers with helpful information on quitting. Other pamphlets and brochures, such as "Forever Free for Baby and Me" and "Clear Pathways" provide smoking cessation information for pregnant smokers and specific types of tobacco users.
The U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, the American Heart Association and other health organizations offer a variety of pamphlets, brochures and printed media intended to help smokers give up the habit. Order pamphlets through the mail or download them in digital formats. These pamphlets are typically available for free. Many education packets and brochures feature content that allows smokers to learn more about various treatment methods or details on where to find classes, treatment centers and other smoking cessation resources.
"Clear Horizons" is a 44-page pamphlet intended for smokers over the age of 50. Published in 2013, "Clear Pathways" features content tailored for African-American smokers as well as interactive section where smokers can record information specific to their efforts. "Smokeless Tobacco: A Guide for Quitting" is a booklet written for those interested in quitting spit and chewing tobacco, with reasons to quit and information on common myths pertaining to smokeless tobacco products.