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Smoking Cessation

Quitting smoking is one of the most important things you can do for your health and well-being:
  • You will live longer and live better
  • Quitting will lower your chance of having a heart attack, stroke, or cancer
  • The people you live with, especially your children, will be healthier because they will not be exposed to second-hand smoke
  • If you are pregnant, quitting smoking will improve your chances of having a healthy baby
  • You will have extra money to spend on things other than cigarettes

This page provides you access to information about stopping smoking as well as to organizations that offer free online smoking cessation programs. Our office staff can also help you find a suitable smoking cessation program in your community.

WARNING: There is no safe tobacco product. The use of any tobacco product can cause cancer and other adverse health effects. This includes all forms of tobacco including cigarettes, cigars, pipes, and spit tobacco; mentholated, "low-tar," "naturally grown," or "additive free."
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50 Good Reasons To Stop Smoking



  QuitNet is a one-stop support center that combines all the elements of a comprehensive smoking cessation program -- peer support, expert advice, tailored information, support for pharmaceutical products -- needed to succeed.

Freedom From Smoking Online

  An online smoking cessation program provided at no charge from the American Lung Association. Quitting smoking can evoke a lot of feelings: fear, resentment, relief, and so on. If you stay committed to the program and complete all of the assignments you have a good chance of remaining smoke-free for good.

Stop Smoking Center


Whether you have already quit smoking or are thinking about quitting smoking, this web program and support community may give you the help you need to succeed. The site may help you assess your level of nicotine dependence, participate in a support group, find a quitting buddy, or create a personalized quit program.

medication center
medication assistance

This section provides you with an alphabetical listing of more than 1,000 medications, including prescription drugs and those you can purchase over-the-counter. Just select your medications to learn more about them. You can choose your medication by brand name or generic name.

Medications A-Z

If you are having difficulty paying for your medications you may qualify for financial assistance or free medications. Visit the Medication Assistance Center to learn about available medication and insurance programs.

Don't let financial problems stop you from getting the treatment you need; there are resources and organizations that may be able to help you.

additional resources

This listing provides you with Internet sites that are sponsored by government agencies or are well-known and credible national organizations.

American Cancer Society
American Lung Association
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Help Pregnant Smokers Quit
MEDLINEplus—Smoking Cessation
National Cancer Institute
No use tabaco - [Be Tobacco-Free]

Last modified on: 30 June 2015

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