BE PART OF THE BIG THINGS WE’RE DOING
Teens from Florida High School join forces to fight the battle against tobacco at
central park South Beach. This has been one of the most significant activities
since the inauguration of SWAT in the late 80's.
RESOURCES AND DOWNLOADS
SWAT in Action: We Need You!
to learn what SWAT does and how SWAT members across the state are uniting to mobilize their communities against tobacco and creating a tobacco free Florida.
SWAT Chapter Manual
So you’re ready to fight, now let’s hit the streets and get it done right.
SWAT Activity Calendar
SWAT makes it easy to fight Big Tobacco. Check out our month-by-month Activity Calendar for new ideas each month that your club can conduct on site or out in the community.
Know the rules so you can keep everything on track.
It’s important to know the rules when you’re representing SWAT.
You can use your skills to make a greater difference. What are your interests?
SWAT 101 Training Tools
Jam-packed with everything you need to know to get things rolling in your community.
YAB Application Form
Get your application and join other SWAT members in advocating against Big Tobacco.
KICK BUTTS DAY
Learn everything about Kick Butts day, a national day of activism to take action against Big Tobacco.
THROUGH WITH CHEW WEEK
Smokeless does not mean harmless. Educate yourself and others on the risks.
SWAT REGISTRATION FORM
Stand Up. Speak Out. Join the fight against Big Tobacco now.
SWAT RECRUITMENT FLYER
Reach out to your friends and get them to join the movement.
SWAT RECRUITMENT POSTER
Get out there and help SWAT recruit new members to join the fight.
SWAT RECRUITMENT ECARD
Rally your friends to join the movement by reaching them instantly.
Ever wonder what happens to your body when you smoke? Get all the facts here.
JUST THE FACTS
The more you know, the better you’ll be able to fight back.
Show that you’re part of the movement by getting decked out in SWAT swag.
Swat Power Point Template
Official Swat Letterhead
FACTS AND RESOURCES WEBSITES
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention [www.cdc.gov/tobacco]
Federal agency dedicated to the prevention, reduction of tobacco-related deaths and exposure to secondhand smoke.
Action on Smoking & Health [www.ash.org]
An organization committed to advocacy, education and legal initiatives in the fight against tobacco.
American Legacy Foundation [www.americanlegacy.org]
A foundation created to help prevent smoking in all age groups and assist smokers who want to quit.
US Food and Drug Administration [www.fda.gov/tobaccoproducts/]
A government agency that provides information on all tobacco regulations, distributions, and youth prevention.
Essential Action [www.essentialaction.org]
Provides information that is usually overlooked by the public, especially issues with tobacco usage and distribution abroad.
An international online tobacco control community that challenges the problem of smoking on a global level.
Tobacco Technical Assistance Consortium [www.ttac.org]
Helping tobacco control programs promote CDC-related programs at the national, state, regional and local level.
INDUSTRY RESEARCH WEBSITES
Library of international articles and medical journals related to tobacco and the effects of smoking.
Tobacco Documents Online [tobaccodocuments.org]
One-stop site where all documents related to the tobacco trials can be found.
Legacy Tobacco Documents Library, University of California, San Francisco [legacy.library.ucsf.edu]
A library used for searching all the tobacco industry documents and quotes for accuracy.
Trinkets and Trash [www.trinketsandtrash.org]
Examples of past and current tobacco industry marketing and trends.
Youth Anti-Tobacco Websites
Tobacco Free Florida [tobaccofreeflorida.com/teens/]
Florida’s tobacco prevention and control website, packed with plenty of tools, resources and materials from quit tips to activities.
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids [www.tobaccofreekids.org]
Campaign for Tobacco Free Kids advocated for public policies to prevent kids from using tobacco.
The facts, stats, and most importantly the truth about tobacco and the industry’s lies.
Counter Tobacco [www.countertobacco.org]
Learn how Big Tobacco markets their products and how you can get them to stop.
Smoke-Free Movies [www.smokefreemovies.ucsf.edu]
Tools and resources to monitor movies for smoking as well as advocacy ideas to educate community members.
Secondhand Smoke Websites
Americans for Nonsmokers’ Rights [www.no-smoke.org]
National organization dedicated to the rights of nonsmokers.
Smoking and Tobacco Use [www.cdc.gov/tobacco/basic_information/secondhand_smoke/]
Information on SHS, health effects, and smoke-free initiatives and resources.