YOU: Four-Step Plan to Quit Smoking

Where to Get Help

1-800-QUIT NOW: This is a toll-free hotline with information about quit-smoking programs and resources in every state. Some states and cities may offer free or low-cost medication, patches or gum.

Nicotine Anonymous: 1-877-879-6422 or www.nicotine-anonymous.org.
Find a support group for smokers in your area.

For more information visit RealAge.com Stop Smoking Center.

You can learn more about smoking cessation from our sponsor at www.BecomeAnEx.org.

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