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November 21 is the American Cancer Society’s Great American Smokeout

The NH Department of Health and Human Services (DHHS) encourages you, your friends, family and colleagues to join us – in committing or recommitting to year-around, tobacco-free lives.

QuitNow NH logoEvidence shows that quitting tobacco is a process. It starts with a plan, often takes time and requires a lot of support.

DHHS provides free coaching sessions to NH residents 18 years of age and older who want to quit all forms of tobacco through QuitNow-NH. Residents can enroll in coaching sessions by calling 1-800-QUIT-NOW or visiting QuitNowNH.org. Ask your Quit Coach if you qualify for nicotine patches, gum, and lozenges.

My life. My quit.My Life, My Quit is a free confidential service made available by DHHS for NH teens ages 12-17 who want help quitting vaping and all other forms of tobacco use. Teens speak with Quit Coaches that will help them build a quit plan, identify triggers, practice refusal skills, and obtain ongoing support for changing behaviors in order to be free from nicotine. Teens can enroll by text/call 1-855-891-9989 or chat online with a Quit Coach at MyLifeMyQuit.com.

For additional information on the New Hampshire Tobacco Treatment programs, contact the DHHS Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program at TPCP@dhhs.nh.gov or (603) 271-6891.

You CAN do it. We can help!

 
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