Resources to Help You Quit
- American Cancer Society
- American Heart Association
- American Lung Association
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC)
Tips From Former Smokers
- National Cancer Institute
- The Real Cost!
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services - Youth Tobacco Prevention Campaign
- Respiratory Health Association of Chicago
Tools and tips; texting and reminders for women, teens, vets, and smokers over age 60, in English and Spanish.
U.S. Department of Defense Cessation Campaign
"I’ve been rewarding myself with the cigarette money I no longer use!"
"I know how hard the road is to quit. I gave myself a goal and a reason. That’s what made me successful."
"The Quit Line is a great place to start and end up a non-smoker. Do it for your kids and grandkids!"
"After a week, nicotine leaves your body. After that it’s the “going through the motions” like the first time of not smoking in your car, after a meal, morning coffee, etc. That was the toughest part. I’m going on 2 years now – after smoking for 40."
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