Free program to assist pregnant women with quitting smoking. Women who take part in the program go to four learning sessions, take a monthly breath test and then get a voucher for free diapers up to 12 months.
240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Offers chronic obstructive pulmonary disease (COPD), Ohio Benefit Bank (OBB) services and asthma management for children and adults. They also provide a free Lung Health Clinic and Mobile Medical Unit; as well as help with winter heating and summer cooling programs through HEAP, electric bill assistance and window air conditioners to those without central air for households who are medically needy.
1520 Old Henderson Road, Columbus, Ohio 43220
A free 6-week smoking cessation program. These sessions are open to anyone who wants to quit smoking. Participants do not have to be a patient of Central Ohio Primary Primary Care to attend the sessions. Call the number below to learn more.
Offers many services and resources, some of them include:
280 East Broad Street, Columbus, Ohio 43215
(614) 525-3160 or (800) 750-0750 TTY/TDD
Weekend, Holiday and After Hours Emergency Hotline: (614) 525-3965
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. The Central Ohio Group of Nicotine Anonymous every Wednesday at 8:00pm at St. Andrew’s Episcopal Church.
8630 Refugee Road, Pickerington, Ohio 43147
National: (877) 879-6422 Toll-free
Local: (740) 343-5438
Offers several free services to the Latino community including: homework help, educational after school programs and summer camps; 24/7 translation and interpretation services for multiple languages, ESL and citizenship classes for adults; tobacco free program, free car seat checks, and support group for victims of domestic violence and sexual assault.
Free telephone counseling is offered to eligible Ohio residents interested in quitting smoking. Participants in phone counseling may also be eligible to receive free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges. There is also a free Pregnancy Program, specifically designed to help and support pregnant woman who wish to stop smoking. Incentives for the completion of coaching calls are available.
Quit Line: (800) 784-8669
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.
Helpline: (888) 354-7526 or (877) 777-6534 TTY
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).
Text “CRAVE”, “MOOD” or “SLIP” to 47848
Free program for parents of infants less than 6 months old interested in becoming an ex-smoker. They offer face-to-face appointments, nicotine replacement options, customized plans and tools you need to quit, unlimited coaching and support, and monthly gift card for diapers and baby wipes for up to 12 months. The Tobacco-Free Family Program is brought to you by Columbus Public Health and Nationwide Children’s Hospital.
Columbus Public Health: 240 Parsons Avenue, Columbus, Ohio 43215
Nationwide Children’s Hospital: 700 Children’s Drive Columbus, Ohio 43205