Help with smoking cessation . . .

What You Need to Know About Quitting Smoking

Advice from the Surgeon General

Read the Surgeon General’s Full Report (2020)

Resources for Cessation Support

NAMI: Smoking and Mental Illness
“About 18 million people with mental illness currently use tobacco products, and adults with mental illness use cigarettes at higher rates than those without a mental illness.”

Cessation Classes and Free Educational Materials
Keystone Wellness Programs (KWP) is contracted to provide both virtual and in-person support to those who are ready to quit. KWP can also provide brochures, pamphlets, etc. containing valuable nicotine education to the community.

Beacon Health Options
For Members: Tobacco Cessation

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The PA Free Quitline (1-800-QUIT-NOW) is a telephone-based tobacco cessation counseling service offering free coaching … with no judgment. There are special programs for pregnant and postpartum women, youth tobacco and vaping cessation programs, and a specially designed protocol specifically for the Native American population.

Quitlogix Training
Free training for professionals on how to refer their clients or patients to the PA Free Quitline for counseling, free nicotine replacement therapy, and motivational support to quit nicotine

My Life My Quit
A free and confidential service for young adults who want help quitting all forms of tobacco including vaping.