California Smokers Helpline - English
The California Smokers' Helpline is a telephone program that can help you quit smoking. Helpline services are free, funded by the California Department of Public Health.
Educational & Media Videos
Debi Austin on Tobacco
Debi Austin started smoking at the age of 13. She continued to smoke through a stoma in her throat even after being diagnosed with cancer and having her larynx removed at the age of 42. But, Debi fought back. She stared in an iconic television ad for the California Tobacco Control Program, quit smoking and has made anti-tobacco education not only her mission in life, but her passion. View the touching documentary to learn more about Debi, what she's up to now and how she is fighting back against Big Tobacco
The Environmental Impact of Cigarette Butts
"The Environmental Impact of Cigarette Butts" shows a young girl who is presenting to her class in school about what she learned over the summer and how toxic cigarette butts pollute our environment. In her presentation, she shares many facts about how cigarette butts harm the world we live in, cost us millions to clean up and don't biodegrade. Whether you smoke or not, we all pay the price of tobacco.
Other Ways to Use A Cigarette
Other Ways to Use a Cigarette was the Grand Prize winner in the California Tobacco Control Programs Be A Reel Hero Create, Direct, Save Lives, anti-tobacco video contest.
Smoke-free Cars with Kids
How toxic is the air inside a vehicle when someone is smoking? Are children really impacted by the secondhand smoke? Find out by viewing Smoke-free Cars with Kids.