The Quit Line

How is tobacco dependence treated? Counseling, support, and medication for starters.  How about free?: Free coaching, free materials, and, if you need it, free medication? If you’re even thinking of quitting, call:


Hours:  7 am to 11 pm daily

Click the link above, or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669)

1-877-2NO-FUME (Spanish)

1-877-777-6534 (TTY)

This free service is offered by the Center for Tobacco Research & Intervention at the University of Wisconsin School of Medicine and Public Health. Its website is excellent. Easy to use and full of great information for the smoker or the family and friends of smokers. The main menu has sections anyone can access for Researchers, Health Care Providers, Smoker, Insurer and Employer. They have information on E-cigarettes! Topics include: What happens when you quit smoking (from 20 minutes to 15 years out), helping someone else quit, cost savings, time savings, etc.  Plus There’s a list of services to help you quit and videos with quit tips, various publications, a glossary, Quit Smoking apps, and more.

Just a great resource.