Resources to Help You Quit

Getting Help

Most people have trouble quitting. Some people quit several times before they stop for good.

If you start smoking, dipping or chewing again, you are not a failure. Remember your reasons for quitting and what helped you quit before. Then, Quit Again!

Each time you quit tobacco products, it will be easier. Don’t give up!

If you have trouble quitting, ask your doctor if other treatments/medicines might be right for you.

Get help if you need it. Ask your doctor for advice. Also, there are many groups that offer written materials, programs and advice to help you quit for good.

American Cancer Society
1-800-ACS-2345 (1-800-227-2345)

American Heart Association
1-800-AHA-USA-1 (1-800-242-8721)

American Legacy
(For pregnant smokers, but will help anyone.)
1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)

American Lung Association

American Lung Association Online Counseling

American Lung Association of North Carolina
1-800-LUNG-USA (1-800-586-4872 option 2)

Cardiac & Pulmonary Rehab.
Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Wake Forest Baptist Medical Center

Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

Employers: WFBH Corporate Health Services offers a Smoking Cessation Program

Forsyth County Public Health Department

National Cancer Institute
1-877-44U-Quit (phone counselor)

National Cancer Institute (online counselor)

National Spit Tobacco Education Program

Office of the Surgeon General

Wake Forest University Tobacco Intervention Clinic
Department of Family Medicine

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Last Updated: 11-23-2015
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