Local Quit Smoking Resources

This kit can help you learn how to get ready to stop using tobacco, develop strategies to help conquer cravings and triggers and prevent relapse once you have quit. Call Shanna at (906)789-8112 to receive a FREE Quit Kit. You can also print a Quit Kit from The Michigan Department of Community Health at www.michigan.gov/tobacco

Great Smoke-Free Start

Pregnant women and parents with children in the home can now receive FREE help to quit smoking, thanks to a grant received from the Community Foundation of Delta County. For more information, see the Great Smoke-Free Start page.

Tobacco Quit Lines

Help with quitting is just a phone call away.

Michigan Tobacco Quit Line

Must have Medicaid, medicare, or be uninsured. Cessation services, a personal health coach, and participant toolkits to help tobacco users gain confidence and motivation they need to quit for good. 1-800-QUIT NOW (1-800-784-8669). For more information , see the Michigan Quit Logix page.

American Lung Association

Telephone referral and cessation advice

National Cancer Institute Smoking Quit Line

1-877-44U-QUIT (1-877-448-7848)
M-F 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m. local time
Smoking cessation counselors are available for help quitting and answers to smoking-related questions. They send a Quit Kit as well.

Online Resources

Recommended from the Michigan Department of Community Health

The American Lung Association offers quit smoking classes, printed material, and a cessation website. Also call 1-800-586-4872. Telephone referral and cessation advice is available by calling 1-866-784-8937.

The National Partnership to help Pregnant Smokers Quit offers prenatal cessation resources.

Nicotine Anonymous. Also call 415-750-0328.

BecomeanEX: A website offering an online quit smoking program.

U.S. Public Health Service offers a free booklet, You Can Quit Smoking Now! Call 1-800-QUITNOW.

Stay informed and get involved! Start by visiting one of these great sites.