State-Specific Information

Tobacco control at the state level can have great impact on protecting children from tobacco and secondhand smoke. Learn about state-specific resources including data and reports, advocacy, contacts and coalitions, and American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP)-funded community activities.

State Resource Map


Click on a state above to learn more.


Other National Efforts

Clinical Effort Against Secondhand Smoke Exposure (CEASE)
The CEASE Module was developed in 2005 after years of research to help child health care clinicians adjust their office setting to address family tobacco use in a routine and effective manner.


Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights Smoke-free Maps, Data, and Lists
Americans for Nonsmokers' Rights updates data from cities and states all over the country to track trends in a variety of tobacco control topics like smoke-free places, tobacco taxes, and tobacco advertising restrictions.


National Tobacco Control Program (NTCP) State Fact Sheets – CDC’s Office on Smoking and Health
Access fact sheets that illustrate the impact of CDC’s investment in tobacco prevention and control and the burden of tobacco use for each state and the District of Columbia. Each fact sheet features a universal problem statement, state-specific burden data, current CDC tobacco control funding levels for the state, a section on the state public health response to tobacco use, information about the impact of the Tips From Former Smokers™ campaign in the state, and information describing how state tobacco prevention and control programs reduce healthcare costs.