Tobacco Cessation for Correctional Populations: A Health Education Manual, 2nd E
This resource contains two modules: (1) education on the health effects of tobacco use, how to quit in the correctional environment and how to stay quit upon release, and (2) facilitator instructions, reproducible handouts and a list of additional resources. This edition has a completely revised introduction that includes new or updated information on peer education, leading and facilitating discussion, and local resources; nicotine replacement therapy; strategies on how inmates can cope with stress; the connection between tobacco and HIV, substance abuse, marijuana and hepatitis C; and updated resource and glossary sections. Developed by the Health Education Council's Break Free Alliance with assistance from NCCHC and funding from the CDC Office on Smoking and Health. (2010). Softcover, spiral-bound, contains CD, 135 pages plus handouts.