• Quitting During Pregnancy

    Quitting smoking is one of the best ways you can protect your health and the health of your baby. Smoking can make it more difficult to get pregnant, it can cause complications during pregnancy and it poses serious health risks for your baby once they are born. Learn the important facts so you can protect your health and your baby’s health.

  • LGBTQ+ People

    Tobacco use among LGBTQ people is higher than the general population. This is due to many factors including targeted marketing. The Quitline is here to support you in overcoming the challenges you face so you can live tobacco free.

  • Youth Under 18

    Young people who start using tobacco are more likely to develop a lifetime addiction. Vaping, vaping devices, and e-cigarettes are forms of tobacco that can harm your health. The Quitline has a special program for helping teens quit tobacco, including vaping, called My Life, My Quit™.

  • People with Behavioral Health Concerns

    Facing a mental health or substance use concern can make your decision to quit tobacco even more challenging. The Quitline understands this. We’ve helped hundreds of people who have mental health concerns quit tobacco and we can help you address and meet your personal challenges.

  • African Americans

    African Americans are more likely to smoke menthol cigarettes than other populations, due in part to targeted advertising and marketing. Research indicates menthol cigarettes may be more addicting than other tobacco products. The Quitline is here to help you understand the facts about your tobacco use so you can successfully quit for good.

  • American Indians/Alaskan Natives

    Commercial tobacco use is the #1 cause of preventable disease, disability, and death among American Indians/Alaskan Natives. Tobacco has played a prominent role in American Indian culture and it is common for members of the American Indian community to use more than one commercial tobacco product, such as cigarettes and pipe tobacco. We’re here to help you understand and prepare for the unique challenges you may face when quitting tobacco. Learn the facts so you can protect your health. You can also learn more about our American Indian Commercial Tobacco Program by visiting the program webpage.

  • Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders

    Tobacco use is higher in certain Asian American and Pacific Islander sub-groups than in others — some Asian cultures view tobacco use as a normal part of social life. But tobacco use ranks as the #1 cause of preventable disease, disability, and death among Asian Americans and Pacific Islanders. It’s important to get the facts so you can identify your triggers and become tobacco free.

  • Hispanics/Latinos

    Tobacco use is the #1 cause of preventable disease, disability, and death among Hispanics/Latinos. Rates of tobacco use and type of tobacco product vary across Hispanic/Latino sub-groups. For example, Puerto Ricans may have higher rates of smoking than other Latino sub-groups. Learn the facts about tobacco so you can quit for good.

  • Vaping and Smokeless Tobacco

    While cigarette smoking is the most common form of tobacco used, all forms of tobacco can be harmful. Smokeless tobacco, like snuff, dip or chew, and electronic cigarettes or vaping products can damage your health. Learn more about other forms of tobacco and how the Quitline can help you become nicotine and tobacco-free.