Tobacco Cessation Resources

Thinking about quitting tobacco?  There are hundreds of programs, telephone quitlines, websites, apps, and other tools available to help you quit and stay tobacco-free. Many resources are free or low-cost. Here is a partial list to help you get started.

  • PA Free Quitline Pregnant & Postpartum Program: Individuals participating in this program can receive up to 9 free, personalized coaching sessions, monetary incentives for each call completed, and free nicotine replacement therapy if medically eligible.  For more information or to enroll, please contact 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)/1-800-DEJELO-YA (1-800-335-3569) or visit their website:
  • PA My Life, My Quit: The PA My Life, My Quit is a free and confidential service for teens who want help quitting all forms of tobacco including vaping.  For more information or to enroll, text “Start my quit” to 36072, call 1-855-891-9989, or visit their website:
  • Local resource – Suburban Community Hospital’s Tobacco Treatment Program: The Tobacco Treatment Program offers evidence-based cessation counseling. Please contact 610-270-8390 for more information.
  • The National Cancer Institute created to help individuals quit smoking.  It offers quizzes, tips, plans, apps, text messaging programs, and other ways to get ready to quit and be smoke-free for good.  For more Information, please visit their website:
  • A site from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services that provides free information and tools for quitting.  For more information, please visit their website:
  • Become an Ex: Become an Ex was developed in collaboration with the Mayo Clinic and helps you develop a free personalized quit plan.  For more information, please visit their website:

American Lung Association: The American Lung Association website provides tools, tips, and support that can help you to stop using tobacco products and begin a smoke-free life.  For more information, please visit their website: