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November 15 is the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout

QuitNow NH logoDHHS hopes you will join us – and encourage your friends, family and colleagues to join us – in committing or recommitting to year-around, tobacco-free lives.

In New Hampshire, approximately 15.6% of adults smoke cigarettes. Evidence shows that quitting tobacco is a process. It starts with a plan, often takes time and requires a lot of support.

DHHS provides nicotine replacement therapy patches, lozenges, and gum through 1-800-QUIT-NOW and at no cost to residents who are trying to quit tobacco.

Download the Tobacco Prevention & Cessation Program’s You CAN Quit Tobacco booklet Adobe Acrobat Reader Symbol

You CAN do it. We can help!

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