It’s never too late to quit!
Quitting tobacco is one of the best thing you can do for your health. Our tools and resources can help you make a plan to kick the habit.
Using smoking-cessation products can make quitting easier and help you stop for good. Work with a professional to find what will work best for you.
You’re more than twice as likely to quit when you use prescription medication and get professional support than trying to quit on your own. (According to the Mayo Clinic)
Free resources to quit
Become an Ex—An interactive website and texting program. Develop a quit plan and get information on support, addiction and how to change habits.
- St. Anthony Hospital.
- St. Francis Hospital.
- St. Joseph Medical Center.
- St. Clare Hospital.
To confirm time and location, contact Heidi Henson email@example.com or call (253) 223-7538.
Multi-Care QuitSmart Program—An 8-week web-based workshop to help you quit tobacco.
Smokefree Teen—Information, resources, and apps to educate teens interested in quitting tobacco.
Telephone quit lines
Washington State Quitline—Counseling with quit coaches, nicotine gum and patches, depending on insurance coverage. Available in English and Spanish with translation and TTY services: 1 (800) QUIT-NOW.
Asian Smokers' Quitline—Free nationwide self-help materials, counseling and two-week nicotine patch starter kits.
- It's Never Too Late to Quit Brochure—Free and low cost resources for Pierce County residents.
- American Cancer Society—Working every day to free the world from the pain and suffering from cancer through healthy lifestyles, research, support, policy change and access to care.
- Healthy Youth Resources
Contact Shelley Wallace at firstname.lastname@example.org or (253) 798-3548.