Quitting smoking is one of the most important steps you can take to improve your health. This is true no matter how old you are or how long you have smoked.
Many people who smoke become addicted to nicotine, a drug that is found naturally in tobacco. This can make it hard to quit smoking. But the good news is there are proven treatments that can help you quit. Check out the website below or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (784-8669) for support in quitting, including free quit coaching, a free quit plan, free education materials and referrals to local resources.
Ready to quit smoking or Vaping? Try text-to-quit.
Teens aged 13-17 in the United States who are ready to quit smoking. This program is offered by the National Cancer Institute’s Smokefree.gov.
How does it work?
Sign up with the form below or text QUIT to 47848.
After you confirm your enrollment, you will receive daily text messages to support you in quitting smoking from the short code 47848 (message and data rates may apply). The program lasts for 6-8 weeks.
Text “Quit” to 47848
Check out the website for more information and to get started. https://teen.smokefree.gov/become-smokefree/smokefreeteen-signup
This site has information all tobacco exposures including e-cigarettes, JUULs and more.
Click HERE for a PDF meant to help children with parents suffering from addiction. It contains the following information:
Info on helping teens quit smoking: teen.smokefree.gov
QuitStart free app to help teen quit- https://teen.smokefree.gov/become-smokefree/quitstart-app
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