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Great American Smokeout

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Tobacco and Health

Great American Smokeout

To observe this year’s Great American Smokeout on November 18, the Tobacco and Health program is encouraging Veterans to enjoy a life free from smoking — and providing a variety of resources to support Veterans in making the first steps to becoming smoke-free. 

Click on the links below to download digital and print materials to promote the Great American Smokeout and VA’s tobacco cessation support.

Newsletter Content

External Newsletter Content: This article encourages Veterans to take the first step in living a life free from smoking by exploring VA resources.

Download Newsletter Content

Handouts

VA Tobacco Cessation Resources: This one-page handout for distribution by VA health care providers feature resources to help Veterans cut smoking out of their lives.

Download English Handout

Download Spanish Handout

Posters: Individuals can print and display these posters to promote tobacco cessation resources before and during the Great American Smokeout.

Download Posters

Electronic Billboards: Electronic billboards can be displayed on computers, TVs, and other digital screens to promote tobacco cessation resources before and during the Great American Smokeout.

Download Electronic Billboards

Social Media

These social media posts and graphics for Facebook, Twitter, and Instagram are intended for Veterans who smoke to access VA resources.

Download Social Media Content