Sending Tobacco Use Up in Smoke (Poster)
This colorful 18" x 24" poster is designed to help organizations inform people who use their services about the importance of "Tobacco: Recovery Across the Continuum" (TRAC), a stage-based motivational model for tobacco cessation. TRAC is designed to help people diagnosed with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders reduce and eventually eliminate the use of tobacco products.
This poster translates professional jargon into common, everyday language that is accessible to diverse audiences. It provides some common beliefs about tobacco use that often dissuade people from attempting to quit the habit of tobacco. The poster also provides facts to correct each belief, essentially providing viewers with some reasons to ask about and try TRAC's tobacco-recovery and cessation approach.
Display this poster in the lobby of your building or in your office. Use it as an educational tool to facilitate conversations about the importance of tobacco recovery and cessation with consumers, family members, and community stakeholders. A small version (mini-poster) is available as a handout for people to take with them (click here).
- 18"(w) x 24"(h) poster
- 4 colors
- Commercially printed on durable paper
- Fits standard-sized frame (not included)
- Free high-res PDF available (see right column)
- 8.5"(w) x 11"(h) mini-poster handout version (click here)
ABOUT THE MODEL
"Tobacco: Recovery Across the Continuum" (TRAC) was developed and is studied by the Center for Evidence-Based Practices (CEBP) at Case Western Reserve University. TRAC is designed to help people diagnosed with severe mental illness and/or substance use disorders reduce and eventually eliminate the use of tobacco products. It integrates tobacco treatment with existing behavioral healthcare approaches. More information about TRAC is available on this website.
CITATIONTitle: Sending Tobacco Use Up in Smoke (Poster)
Publication Year: 2010
Publisher City: Cleveland, Ohio
Publisher Name: Center for Evidence-Based Practices, Case Western Reserve University