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International Spit Tobacco Education Program

http://mylastdip.com/ - My Last Dip, a web-based smokeless tobacco cessation project.
www.cancer.org - American Cancer Society (ACS) website. Search for "smokeless."
www.cdc.gov/tobacco/spit.htm - Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)'s Office on Smoking and
Health.

www.chewfree.com - A free smokeless tobacco quitting program on the Internet. ChewFree.com addresses
the special difficulties faced by spit tobacco users. Participants will have access to a website containing
information and quitting resources. This program is part of a research project conducted by the Oregon
Research Institute.

www.mayoclinic.org/stop-smoking - Mayo Clinic's Nicotine Dependence Center.

www.nlm.nih.gov/medlineplus/smokelesstobacco.html - Medline Plus information.

www.cancer.gov - National Cancer Institute (NCI). Search for "smokeless."

http://www.tobaccofreekids.org - The Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids has a number of excellent fact sheets
on spit tobacco and children, spit tobacco taxes, the differences between Swedish "snus" and American
products that are being marketed as "snus."

www.NOSPIT.com - The Texas Spit Tobacco Education Program (TSTEP) has teamed up with the Texasbased
Spit Tobacco Prevention Network (STOPN) and other statewide agencies. The organizations work
together to provide training in prevention and cessation measures for health educators and health
professionals along with brochures, curriculum guides, videos, and other educational materials. This
information is used in community-based intervention measures such as school presentations, baseball
events, meetings, and seminars.

www.nidcr.nih.gov - Spit Tobacco: A Guide for Quitting. This guide is intended to help you make your own
plan for quitting. Many former dippers have shared advice on quitting that can help you. This guide is the
result of advice from chewers and dippers who have canned the habit. In this guide we refer more to dip than
chew, just to keep it simple. Also, note that we call it-spit tobacco, not smokeless tobacco. Smokeless tobacco
is the term preferred by the tobacco industry. It makes the products sound safe; they aren't.

www.dpi.state.wi.us/dpi/dlsea/sspw/heresources.html - The Stamp Out Spit Tobacco is now in its fifth year of
successfully educating Wisconsin Fifth graders about the dangers of Spit Tobacco. Each spring a comic book
with two spit tobacco free Milwaukee Brewers called the B-Force do battle with the evil Mr. Gross Mouth and
his sidekick the mysterious Dr. Drool. In addition to the comic book there is a weeklong curriculum that is
given to teachers that include math, health and language arts lesson. The culminating assessment has the
students design an anti-spit tobacco postage stamp and send it to the Brewers for a drawing for tickets, a
signed B-force poster and a personal meeting with one of the B-force. An outcome study has been done for
the past four years that has found that students who did not have a strong anti-spit tobacco attitude before the program became strong anti-spit tobacco advocates after. This program is a collaborative between the Dept.
of Health and Family Services, Dept. of Public Instruction, the Milwaukee Brewers baseball club and
Wisconsin Dental Association. The contact person for this program is Jon Hisgen, Health and Physical Activity
Consultant with the Wisconsin Dept. of Public Instruction 608-267-9234

www.throughwithchew.com - The Wyoming Through With Chew program serves as a resource for all tobacco
prevention professionals. The staff seeks to share experiences and resources developed while establishing
successful spit tobacco use prevention programs throughout Wyoming.

www.razewv.com - West Virginia Youth Tobacco Education Campaign. West Virginia's teens, tearing down
the lies of Big Tobacco with our passion, our power and our minds. Join up, if you think you can handle it
(getting involved means more than just wearing our tee-shirt). Smoker, non-smoker, whatever - we're all
about fighting Big Tobacco.

http://www.wvdhhr.org/bph/oehp/tobacco/dhhrlinks.htm - West Virginia Tobacco Use Prevention Program.
Link to data on prevalence of adult smokeless tobacco use in West Virginia.
www.littleleague.org - Little League Baseball, Inc. Little League Baseball, Inc. and Oral Health America have a on of-a -kind partnership that allows NSTEP to present a spit tobacco message on disease prevention and health promotion though the Little League World Series. Their website offers valuable information on the programs offered by Little League addressing the health and safety of their players and coaches.

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