Yes, You Can Stop Smoking – Thirteen Resources to Help You Become Smoke Free

1. Smoke Free.gov
Learn how to…
Quit Smoking
Use their online guide for the first days and the first year
Get Expert Help
Talk to a counselor who can help, by phone or instant message
Access Print Resources
Materials that have helped other smokers quit
Find Studies
Research studies looking for smokers who are trying to quit

2. Web MD’s Smoking Cessation Health Center

3. 1-800-QuitNow
If you smoke or chew tobacco and you’ve decided to quit, 1-800-QUIT-NOW is a free service that can help. When you call, a trained quit coach in your state will work with you to help you quit and avoid the things that tempt you back into the habit.
U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

4. QuitNet – Don’t Quit Alone!
Launched in 1995, QuitNet is the Web’s original quit smoking site.
QuitNet operates in association with Boston University School of Public Health.

5. Make Smoking History – Quitting Smoking
The Try to Stop Smoker’s Helpline

6.From COPD and So Much More– my own journey to becoming smoke-free

7. Quit Smoking Online.com
The Internet’s Famous Quit Smoking Free Course
Helping people quit smoking since1996!!

8. Smoking and How to Quit from Women’s Health.gov

9. Quitting Smoking from Medline Plus – health information you can trust

10. Freedom from Smoking Online – the American Lung Association’s very popular smoking cessation program

11. Joel Spitzer’s Quit Smoking Library – a professional smoking cessation counselor, Joel Spitzer makes his library of articles, ebooks and audio presentations available to the public free of charge.

12. Quit Smoking/ Your Lung Health.org – from the American Association of Respiratory Care

13. Nicotine Anonymous – living a nicotine free life, One Day at a Time

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