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Helping Smokers Quit - American Lung AssociationThe New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline

1-800-QUIT-NOW is the gateway to tobacco cessation services offered to New Hampshire residents. The toll-free Helpline offers telephone-based counseling, free print materials and referrals to local tobacco treatment programs. Services are free and confidential to New Hampshire residents trying to quit smoking, chew, dip, snus or any other tobacco product.

Services are available in English (1-800-784-8669) and Spanish (1-800-8-DEJALO), with translation for other languages. A TTY line is available (1-800-833-1477).

To order materials, call (800) 852-3345, extension 6684 is the New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline Web Site. This site provides information about local tobacco treatment resources, a self-referral form for those who want a call-back from one of our counselors, fact sheets and provides a links to resources and partners. NH residents can access this state-of-the-art, user-friendly tool for tobacco users who want to quit on their own.

NIH Senior Health: Quitting Smoking for Older Adults - If you’re older, you may wonder if it’s too late to quit smoking. Or you may ask yourself if it’s even possible to quit at your age, especially if you’ve tried more than once and haven’t been successful. Although it can be challenging to quit when you're older, there are proven ways to do it. You CAN be successful. You can also check out Clear Horizons: A Quit-Smoking Guide for People 50 and Older Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol developed by the National Cancer Institute. This is a hard-copy smoking cessation guide with similar information that is available for PDF viewing, download, and printing.

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