You do not have to invest a great deal of time or money to equip your office with free resources to help your patients and staff quit smoking. Below are tobacco cessation resources you can share with your patients to help them overcome their nicotine addiction. You can also find links to tobacco cessation resources for health professionals. The resources below come from numerous organizations, including ASCO, smokefree.gov, the North American Quitline Consortium, and WHO.

Tobacco Cessation Resources

Patients Health Professionals

Non-pharmaceutical Cessation Support

  • Smokefree.gov: Free tobacco cessation website with access to a toll free help line, quit coaching, a free quit plan, free educational materials, and referrals to local resources.
  • Become an EX: Free online quit-smoking program from the American Legacy Foundation
  • Quit for Life: Free online quit-smoking program from the American Cancer Society
  • Freedom From Smoking: Quit-smoking program from the American Lung Association. There is a small fee required to register for this program.
  • Quit Net: Comprehensive online tobacco cessation support program. QuitNet hosts the world's largest community of smokers and ex-smokers

Pharmaceutical Aids for Cessation

  • Way to Quit: Cessation program is sponsored by the makers of nicotine medications
  • Plan My Quit: Cessation program is sponsored by the makers of varenicline (Chantix/Champix)

For Global Health Professionals