Below is a list of resources available to you for facts about tobacco use, and resources to help you or someone you love quit smoking. Be sure to follow us on Facebook and Twitter for more tobacco-free information, an use our hashtag #KicktheHabitGR.
The Center for Disease Control and Prevention's (CDC) Tips From Former Smokers Campaign is a federally funded national tobacco education campaign. Beginning in March 2012, the campaign tells the stories of smokers and non-smokers effected by secondhand smoke who live with smoking-related health problems, disseases, and disabilities. Tips goals include encouraging smokers to quit, prevent secondhand smoke, and build public awareness of the immediate health implications caused by smoking and secondhand smoke.
Click the image below to hear Felicita and Brian's stories:
To learn more about the campaign, and see more videos, click here.
Break Away from the Pack booklets and phone counseling
Receive 8 weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) delivered right to your home, and four telephone counseling-support sessions with your own individual counselor. This is a research study sponsored by the Air Force and the University of Tennessee Health Science Center. Enroll by calling the number above, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. - 5:00 p.m. CDT. Available to TRICARE beneficiaries (active duty, dependents, and retirees).
National Cancer Institute
Toll-free hotline: 1.877.448.7848
The National Cancer Institute's trained counselors are available to provide information and help with quitting in English or Spanish. Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 8:00 p.m. Eastern Time.
TRICARE Tobacco Cessation Quit Line
Michigan falls in the North Region of TRICARE's toll-free Tobacco Cessation Quit line, available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
American Heart Association
American Heart Association provides information about tobacco as well as how to quit.. Includes quizzes, resources, and tips.
American Lung Association
Provides support for tobacco cessation and free "Help for Smokers and Other Tobacco Users" guide.
CDC Tips from Former Smokers
This campaign offers insight into the lives of people who are living with serious long-term health problems from smoking and secondhand smoke exposure. Includes facts and statistics about how tobacco can affect illnesses and conditions.
U.S. Surgeon General
Page provides information and the latest statistics related to tobacco.
Provides SmokfreeTXT services, apps, a quit plan, and a personalized quit experience for those trying to stop smoking.
Smokfree.gov (en Español)
Smokfree.gov's Spanish-Language website that provides free, accurate information and assistance to help you quit smoking and stay tobacco free.
Smokfree.gov website that provides free, accurate information and assistance to help teenagers quit smoking and stay tobacco-free.
Smokfree.gov website that provides free, accurate information and assistance to help women quit smoking and stay tobacco-free.
Smokfree.gov website that provides free, accurate information and assistance to help veterans quit smoking and stay tobacco-free.
Be Tobacco Free
Provides news and resources, laws and policies, research, campagins and cessation classes.
Become an EX
Become an Ex smoker provides ways of how to quit smoking, quitting, comitting to quit, and developing a quit plan
American Cancer Society
Provides information on cancer, staying healthy, finding support and treatment, exploring research and getting involved.
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Provides information on tobacco and smoking use
A Campaign that uses Hip-Hop to convey positive messaging on living Tobacco-Free
The Real Cost
A Campaign that discourages tobacco use amongst the youth by focusing on issues they really care about, like loss of control due to addiction and cosemetic health effects.
This Free Life
A Campaign that discourages tobacco use amongst the LGBT community, by living a tobacco free lifestyle
A Campaign that discourages tobacco use by giving the tools to communities to make the change
JourneyWorks Health Promotion and Health Education Publishing (pamphlets)
Provides tobacco use prevention, cessation, and secondhand smoke reading materials
Devices and Tools
Smokfree.gov's mobile service that provides encouragement, advice, and tips through texts to help people quit smoking.
SmokfreeTXT: For adults and young adults. Text the word QUIT to 47848 or sign up online.
SmokefreeMOM: For mothers. Text the word MOM to 222888 or sign up online.
SmokfreeVET: For military veterans. Text VET to 47848 and VETesp to 47848 for Spanish, or sign up online.
quitSTART Smartphone App Smokfree.gov's smartphone app that helps you track your quit smoking progress, receive motivational reminders, encouragement, and more.
Quitguide is a free app that helps you understand your smoking patterns and build the skills needed to become smoke free.
Spectrum offers a free Quit101: Smoking Cessation class. This class is four weeks long and focuses on tips to help individuals develop a quit plan and find strategies that will work for them. Spectrum also provides tools, tips and facts about smoking cessation.
Offers smoking cessation classes as well as information about the benefits of quitting smoking.
Health Net of West Michigan
Health Net of West Michigan offers Tobacco Free for Life- a one session class for two hours.