The Journey to Be Tobacco-Free Starts Here

Quitting is hard but we have tools to help

Ready to quit smoking? Just thinking about it? Trying again? Want to help someone quit? You’re in the right place.

I’m thinking about quitting

If you aren’t ready to quit smoking that’s OK. Even if you are just considering it, we can help you know what to expect from the quit process.


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I’m ready to quit

If you are ready to quit, you don’t have to do it alone. There are free resources in our community to help you quit smoking or kick tobacco for good.


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I’m quitting again

Most people have to try several times before they finally quit for good. Each attempt means you are one step closer to tobacco-free: Don’t give up!


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I’m helping someone quit

The right kind of support from friends and family members can make a big difference for someone who is trying to quit.


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Help a Young Person

Are you an adult who wants to help a young person quit? Free quit support is available for teens.

In light of the high rates of youth vaping, the Colorado QuitLine’s web, text and phone programs are now available to those as young as 12. New web features and tobacco treatment specialists make quit support free and accessible for youth.

Smoke-Free Teen, a website from the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, also provides free quit support for youth, including texting services, a mobile app, trained coaches, and healthy tips to handle stress and social pressure.

The Not On Tobacco program provides curriculum, training and incentives to support you. Learn more.