Benefits and Tips for Quitting for Good Download only This pamphlet addresses the health benefits that can come with quitting smoking while recovering from substance use disorder. Publication ID SMA18-5069YCQ Publication Date August 2018 Format Brochure Download You Can Quit – Flyer for Tobacco Users PDF 3.67 MB Tobacco Cessation Quick Guide for Providers PDF 1.23 MB Quitting Tobacco – Flyer for Providers PDF 1.46 MB Find Related Information Audience People in Treatment as Audience People with Alcohol Use or Abuse Problems as Audience People with Substance Use or Abuse Problems as Audience You May Also Be Interested In Implementing Tobacco Cessation Programs in Substance Use Disorder Treatment Settings This quick guide contains an overview of the challenges associated with tobacco cessation and the benefits of being tobacco-free for individuals as well as those of a smoke-free workplace. It also includes tips that substance use disorder treatment settings can use to implement their own tobacco cessation programs. Tobacco Use Cessation Policies in Substance Abuse Treatment: Administrative Issues This resource provides substance use treatment program administrators with information to implement tobacco-free policies and practices in treatment settings. It discusses challenges and strategies for developing clinical guidelines for treating tobacco dependence. Tobacco Use Cessation During Substance Abuse Treatment Counseling This advisory offers addiction counselors an introduction to tobacco use cessation during substance use treatment. It discusses screening and effective treatment approaches to quitting, and practical and supportive counseling. Quitting Tobacco This pamphlet offers reasons to combine tobacco cessation and substance use disorder treatment, including client testimonials and resources for implementing a tobacco cessation program. It also explains the benefits of offering tobacco cessation programs in substance use disorder treatment settings. Behavioral Health Barometer, 2013 This report presents a set of substance use and mental health indicators from population and treatment facility-based data sets. It provides point-in-time and trend data reflecting the status and progress of improving key behavioral health indicators. Behavioral Health Barometer, Volume 5 The National report presents indicators as measured through the 2017 National Survey on Drug Use and Health and the National Survey of Substance Abuse Treatment Services. State reports provide a snapshot of substance use and mental health in the United States.