You can quit. We'll show you how.

We understand that quitting is about more than just not smoking. So we teach people how to become experts in living without tobacco using "The 4 Essential Practices to Quit For Life," principles based on 25 years of research and experience helping people quit tobacco.
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Meet Our Quit Coaches

Did you know that many of our Quit Coaches are former smokers, just like you? They know how hard it can be to change old habits and learn to live a life free of tobacco. But they also know firsthand that with the right tools and support, it is entirely possible to quit for good.

If you haven't had a chance to watch our Quit Coach tips on YouTube, take a minute to check them out. You'll learn tips about how to have a smoke-free morning, how to start a money jar (for saving all that hard-earned cash you used to spend on cigarettes!), how to deal with stress, and much more. Most importantly, you'll see that when you pick up the phone to call us, you'll be talking to a real person - someone just like you.

Watch Quit Coach Tom's Video, Smoke-Free Morning »

 

Readiness Quiz

Thinking about quitting is the first step, but how do you know if you are ready? This interactive quiz will help you think about your reasons for quitting and show you how our program can help you every step of the way.
 
 

Participant Testimonials

“If you're thinking about quitting it's not impossible to do it, but you MUST do it for yourself and be ready to make some serious changes to get there. If you don't give it your full effort to quit then you won't. It doesn't matter how many patches you put on, or how many pieces of gum you use it won't work if you don't want it too.”
“Yes I am still absolutely smoke free and absolutely loving it...I can't say thanks enough for your program.”
“What a great feeling to be able to breathe again (and breathe quietly)! The little hints from my Quit Coaches were very helpful.”
“This quit program was the key for me. First thing the coach made me realize was that I was a "slave" to my smoking. I never looked at it quite like that.”