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The Real Cost: Free Materials

 

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Stakeholders interested in promoting awareness about “The Real Cost” campaign can use and share the following resources such as campaign flyers and posters. For example, healthcare practitioners can make these materials available in waiting rooms and clinics frequented by teens.  FDA's goal is to keep “The Real Cost” campaign authentic through a peer-to-peer approach. Stakeholders that work directly with youth can help extend the campaign by encouraging teens to visit www.therealcost.gov. Stakeholders who do not work directly with youth can share our resources with youth-focused organizations. For more information on how you can get involved, please contact CTPcommunications@fda.hhs.gov

 

The Real Cost Campaign Factsheets

 

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The Real Cost Campaign Posters

 

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FDA’s first public education campaign to help prevent youth tobacco use, “The Real Cost,” targets at-risk youth aged 12-17 who are open to smoking or already experimenting with cigarettes. Use this page to order materials. If you would like to order more than the maximum quantity allowed, please send your request to FDAtobaccomaterials@fda.hhs.gov.