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Smoking Cessation

There are many resources for people seeking to stop smoking or using tobacco. Here are just a few:

California Smokers' Helpline
The California Smokers' Helpline (CSH) is a telephone program that can help you quit smoking. Helpline services are free, funded by the California Department of Public Health and by First 5 California. The CSH provides free telephone counseling, self-help materials and nicotine replacement therapy for those who are eligible. Call 1-800 NO BUTTS or 1-800-45-NO-FUME. Visit the California Smoker's Helpline website at www.nobutts.org. La Linea de Ayuda Para Fumadores de California www.nobutts.org/free-services-for-smokers-trying-to-quit-spanish.

The website for the California Tobacco Control Program, the longest-running comprehensive tobacco control program in the nation. TobaccoFreeCA provides assistance in quitting and, for non-smokers, ways to motivate, encourage and support family, friends and colleagues who smoke. There are resources and several media messages available to all. Visit tobaccofreeca.com.

American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society website contains tips on staying away from tobacco as well as information on links between tobacco and cancer. Visit the American Cancer Society website at www.cancer.org.

Become an Ex
Sponsored by the national non-profit American Legacy Foundation in partnership with the Mayo Clinic, becomeanex.org helps smokers "re-learn life without cigarettes" through a plan based on scientific research and practical advice from ex-smokers. Visit the Become an Ex website at www.becomeanex.org.

Freedom from Smoking Online
The American Lung Association has built an online program designed for adults who wish to quit smoking. The program includes modules with lessons that contain valuable information and assignments that reinforce the lesson's message and your commitment to quit. Visit the Freedom from Smoking Online website at www.ffsonline.org.

Created by the Tobacco Control Research Branch of the National Cancer Institute, the website provides free, accurate, evidence-based information and professional assistance as you embark on the process to quit smoking. Visit SmokeFree.gov. Download the Clearing the Air: Quit Smoking Today brochure (PDF): smokefree.gov/sites/default/files/pdf/clearing-the-air-accessible.pdf.

SmokefreeTXT is a mobile service designed for young adults across the United States. SmokefreeTXT was created to provide 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help smokers quit smoking and stay quit. The program has a proven track record of success: after one month, 17% of text program users reported that they had quit smoking and 11% were able to stay quit through 6 months. Visit SmokefreeTXT to sign up: smokefree.gov/smokefreetxt.

SmokefreeVET is a mobile text messaging program that provides 24/7 tips, advice and encouragement to help you quit.
Visit www.smokefree.gov/vet to sign up or text VET to 47848; VETesp to 47848 for Spanish.

Conceived of by Nathan Cobb, M.D. when he was a smoking-cessation counselor at a Boston clinic, Quitnet was formed in 2000 and has a membership of about 60,000 ex-smokers and smokers looking to quit. Visit the Quitnet website at quitnet.meyouhealth.com.

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