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How to be Smoke Free

Posted by on September 11th, 2018 Posted in: Children and Teens, Senior, Websites
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The National Cancer Institute has developed a website, SmokeFree.gov, full of free resources to help smokers  as they strategize to quit as well as those who are helping others as they work to become smoke free. Different people need different resources as they try to quit smoking cigarettes. At the top of the home web page, you’ll find links to information for woman, older adults, teens, veterans, and information in Spanish. The information and professional assistance available on this website can help to support both your immediate and long-term needs as you and others become, and remain, a non-smoker.

  • Smokefree.gov allows you to choose the help that best fits your needs. You can get immediate assistance in the form of:
  • Information about a wide range of topics related to smoking and quitting
  • LiveHelp, the National Cancer Institute’s instant messaging service
  • Local and state telephone quitlines, 1-800-QUIT-NOW
  • National Cancer Institute’s telephone quitline, 1-877-44U-QUIT
  • SmokefreeTXT, the National Cancer Institute’s text messaging service
  • Smokefree apps, quizzes, and materials to download
  • Publications to download, print, or order

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