Help every family quit smoking this year in three easy steps.
CEASE States
  box Alabama
  Alaska
  Arizona
  Arkansas
  California
  Colorado
  Connecticut
  Delaware
  District of Columbia
  Florida
  Georgia
  Hawaii
  Idaho
  Illinois
  Indiana
  dot Iowa
  box Kansas
  box Kentucky
  box Louisiana
  box Maine
  box Maryland
  box Massachusetts
  box Michigan
  box Minnesota
  box Mississippi
  box Missouri
  box Montana
  box Nebraska
  box Nevada
  box New Hampshire
  box New Jersey
  box New Mexico
  box New York
  box North Carolina
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  box Ohio
  box Oklahoma
  box Oregon
  box Pennsylvania
  box Rhode Island
  box South Carolina
  box South Dakota
  box Tennessee
  box Texas
  box Utah
  box Vermont
  box Virginia
  box Washington
  box West Virginia
  box Wisconsin
  box Wyoming
 

CEASE National Materials

All materials can be downloaded with Adobe Acrobat

 

CEASE Training Manual

CEASE Implementation Guide

 
CEASE Action Sheet
Reading level: 5.86 (Flesch Kincaid)
 

CEASE Action Sheet in Spanish

 
CEASE Brochure
English Spanish Portugese
Reading level: 5.16 (Flesch Kincaid) Not available Not available
Be a STAR halflet
Reading level: 4.23 (Flesch Kincaid)
Home halflet
Reading level: 6.01 (Flesch Kincaid)
Car halflet
Reading level: 5.56 (Flesch Kincaid)

Mom halflet

Reading level: 4.08 (Flesch Kincaid)
Dad halflet
Reading level: 4.10 (Flesch Kincaid)
Teen halflet
Reading level: 3.29 (Flesch Kincaid)
Smokeless halflet
Reading level: 4.62 (Flesch Kincaid)
Thirdhand smoke halflet
Reading level: 4.51 (Flesch Kincaid)
Asthma poster
Reading level: 5.86* (Flesch Kincaid)
Thirdhand Smoke poster
Reading level: 6.6* (Flesch Kincaid)
Medications poster
Reading level: *
Prescription Pad Template for Nicotine Patch and Gum
*Please note that the posters do not have enough text to accurately test reading level.

The reading levels of the CEASE materials comply with current research and guidelines, which state that documents should aim for a readability level of grade 6 or 7. For more information on reading levels, please see Simply Put, the CDC guidelines creating easy-to-read print materials.


 



Last updated on August 16, 2012