Thinking about quitting nicotine/tobacco or wanting to stay quit but not sure how? The Arizona Smokers' Helpline (ASHLine) offers free 24/7 confidential coaching services via phone, text, chat or online. An experienced Quit Coach helps you develop a Quit Plan-your own customized plan to quit tobacco. As part of your Quit Plan, you will have regularly scheduled sessions with your Quit Coach. You’ll decide with your coach the best time and the best way to connect. When working with your Quit Coach on your Quit Plan, you’ll plan things like setting a quit date, talking about using quit medication, ways to deal with triggers, and what to do if you slip.
To connect with ASHLine, call 1-800-55-66-222 or visit https://www.azdhs.gov/ashline/
*Resources are also available for pregnant women before/after pregnancy as well as American Indians (AICTP was created for American Indians with input from American Indians).
American Lung Association
Most people who smoke know that smoking is bad for their health and harmful to those around them. They know they should quit but they also know it's not easy. Most people who smoke have tried to quit before. Fortunately, there's lots of help available. The American Lung Association can help tobacco users figure out their reasons for quitting and then take the big step of quitting for good. There are a variety of free online courses designed to further enhance understanding of the Lung Association’s core beliefs about tobacco cessation, as well as understanding behavior changes, interventions and treatment needed to help people quit for good.