Tobacco cessation support
Programs and resources available to all
Kentucky Cancer Program
Cooper/Clayton Method to Stop Smoking
An evidence-based 13-week program led by trained facilitators that combines the use of nicotine replacement products with group support.
Kentucky Cancer Program - classes
GETQUIT Support Plan
Information sponsored by the Pfizer drug company describing the drug Chantix™ and a free support program including a step-by-step guide.
GET QUIT is a support program with tools designed to help you understand the behaviors you associate with smoking so you can focus on quitting.
National Cancer Institute
NCI’s Smoking Quitline
Smoking cessation counselors are available to answer smoking-related questions, including quitting smokeless tobacco, in English/Spanish, Monday- Friday, 9 a.m. - 4:30 p.m.
National Cancer Institute - Secondhand smoke
National Cancer Institute - Quit Smokeless Tobacco
Phone: 877-44U-QUIT (or 877-448-7848)
National Library of Medicine and National Institutes of Health
Smoking Cessation References
Kentucky’s Tobacco Quit Line
The QUIT Line offers a one-on-one proactive counseling program for tobacco users.
Kentucky Cabinet for Health and Family Services
Phone: 800-QUIT NOW
When you use tobacco, your heart takes a beating
- June 1, 2017