1. Watch the “TQ Getting More Help Video”
So you want to quit smoking, and you’ve been watching the TQ Quit Smoking Video Series, but you need more help. Nothing wrong with that. We encourage you to find somebody to help you. Quit Smoking Hotlines are a great way to get some. Don’t forget that there are many resources available to you. Watch our video about Getting More Help (below) first and see what some of those options are.
2. Practice saying this, “I’ve been watching the Tobacco Quitter Quit Smoking Videos and I Need More Help.”
It doesn’t get any easier than that. The counselors on the quitline will help you quit smoking (or quit using any type of tobacco). They won’t judge you; they will treat you with respect; and your conversations with them are confidential.
3. Take a deep breath, and call the FREE Quit Smoking Hotline at 1-800-QUIT–NOW (1-800-784-8669)
In the United States you can call and get FREE Quit Smoking Help by calling 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669). Some states have individual Quitlines, but for simplicity we have decided not to list them here. The national Quit Smoking Hotline number will refer you to your individual state’s quit smoking hotline, if necessary.
If you are reading this from outside the United States and you happen to know the number of any legitimate Quitline in your country, provence, state, etc, please take a minute to contact us with the info.