Free program to assist pregnant women with quitting smoking. Women who take part in this free program participate in several prenatal quit smoking sessions, take a monthly breath test and then receive a voucher for free diapers up to 12 months.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Central Ohio Primary Care Physicians offers free smoking cessation classes. These sessions are open to anyone who wants to quit smoking. It is called Beat The Pack. Smokers can get full details and enroll by calling the number below. They are not required to be a patient of Central Ohio Primary Primary Care to attend the sessions.
A 12-step program offering support to those who want to quit cigarettes and other forms of tobacco. People can go online to search for local meetings in their community, in the form of group meetings and even meetings over the telephone or on the internet. Call toll-free for more information.
455 East Mound Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Toll-free: (877) 879-6422
Free counseling over the telephone is offered to all Ohio residents interested in quitting smoking. Callers receive guidance and may receive free nicotine patches. They are referred to local resources in the community. There is also a free Pregnancy Program, specifically designed to help and support pregnant woman who wish to stop smoking. Special rewards and benefits are offered to pregnant Quit Line callers.
246 North High Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Quitline: (614) 728-2429 or (800) 784-8669
Ohio Department of Health Website: odh.ohio.gov/en/odhprograms/eh/quitnow/Tobacco/Cessation/QuitLine
Developed by MeYou Health, QuitNet offers free 24-hour online support and help for people trying to quit smoking. Smokers receive help from “quit buddies” and online forums of support.
27-43 Wormwood Street, Boston, Massachusetts 02210
Offers free support, tools and resources to help stop smoking and quit tobacco use. Users can benefit from a starter kit, one-on-one QuitPlan helpline counseling and coaching sessions, a quit guide and education about the number of ways a person can become one-hundred percent tobacco free.
TTY (877) 777-6534
The National Cancer Institute designed this website to help teens take control of their health. Smokefree TXT is a free mobile service designed to provide 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help teens stop smoking for good. Visit the website for more information.
Smokefree.gov offers free text messaging programs that give 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips for becoming smoke-free and being healthier (like building skills for healthier eating, physical activity and weight management). Get help from an expert on ways to stop smoking and find a strategy to fit your individual needs (pregnant women, teens, veterans and Spanish speakers).
(800) QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) or text “CRAVE”, “MOOD” or “SLIP” to 47848