Deciding to quit is a huge first step and the Colorado Quitline is here to support you throughout your journey.

You can choose what works for you, from using the website or text feature, to talking with a quit coach over the phone. We also offer free nicotine patches, lozenges, and gum that can help you manage nicotine cravings.

Quitting tobacco and nicotine products is tough but having the right help makes it easier. Let’s get started!

You have control over how you quit & how you use QuitLine:

Quit Your Way

We know everyone’s journey to quitting is different – but you don’t have to do it alone. With the Colorado Quitline, you’ve got options. That means if you find one resource doesn’t quite work for you, you can always try something new.

Let’s start by finding out what works for you.

Feel Better, Live Better.

The Benefits of Quitting Start Today!

Take a Deep Breath

Your sense of smell will get sharper, allowing you to really stop and smell the flowers.

Savor the Flavor

Food will taste better because your sense of taste improves after quitting.

Get Up and Get Active

Quitting gives you more energy. More energy means more opportunities to be active with family and friends!

Let Your Light Shine

When you quit, your skin will look and feel healthier and happier.

Money in the Bank

You’ll have more money for other things you can use to treat yourself.

Breathe Easier

Quitting smoking can lead to less coughing and irritation in your throat and lungs.

Reduce Stress and Anxiety

Although quitting is tough, you will find yourself less stressed over time, as nicotine use causes more anxiety.

Keep the Beat

After quitting, your heart immediately experiences benefits like lower blood pressure and improved circulation, reducing the risk of heart attack and stroke. Plus, you’ll see long-term benefits too, if you keep it up!

Benefits of the QuitLine

The Colorado QuitLine is a free support program available to all Colorado residents. Our team of trained Tobacco Treatment Specialists are ready to help you:

  • Prepare a plan to quit your way and on your schedule
  • Identify and understand your triggers
  • Manage your cravings
  • Track your progress – and get back on track after slips or relapse
  • Get started with nicotine replacement products (NRT) (like patches, lozenges, and gum) that increase your chances of quitting for good by reducing cravings and withdrawal symptoms.

We’re here to help you start your quit journey, in your own way and on your schedule.

NRT (Nicotine-Replacement Therapy)

Nicotine replacement products are also referred to as quit medications. When you enroll with the Colorado Quitline, you can receive up to 16 weeks of patches, lozenges, and gum to help you fight nicotine cravings.

Hover over the product cards to learn more or enroll to place an order.

Nicotine-Replacement Patches
Nicotine patches are placed on your skin and release a steady level of nicotine into your bloodstream for 24 hours.
Order Free Patches
Nicotine-Replacement Lozenges
Nicotine lozenges are small and release nicotine slowly as they dissolve against your cheek.
Order Free Lozenges
Nicotine-Replacement Gum
Nicotine gum is chewed and placed against your cheek. There, nicotine gets absorbed through the lining of your mouth.
Order Free Gum

How Liam Quit for Good — and You Can Too!

Like most people, it took Liam several tries to finally quit for good. Seeing his brother diagnosed with asthma because of smoking helped him realize it was time to quit, and he’s used bird watching as a coping tool. What’s your reason to quit?

Quit Your Way with the Colorado QuitLine


Stay on track by getting text messages to help you along in your quit journey. Your coach can answer questions over text or even do a coaching session this way. 

Visit our website or call (1-800-QUIT-NOW) first to get started, then you can let them know texting is the way you prefer to communicate.


Use our online program in addition to the phone, or you can choose the online-only program. Through the online program you’ll get education materials, quit planning and quit tracking — plus the support of a community of others learning to live tobacco-free. And we’re still available through online chat if you want to talk to a coach.

 Click here to start online.


Just pick up the phone to connect with a quit coach today. We’ll help you understand your addiction, develop a plan to quit your way, offer support, and get you started with free medications like patches, gum or lozenges.

Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to get started today. 

Additional Support to Quit using Menthol Products

When menthol is added to tobacco and nicotine products, it makes it easier to become addicted and harder to quit. That’s why the Colorado Quitline offers the following incentives for individuals who use these products:

  • Up to $50 in gift cards when you complete three phone calls with Colorado Quitline coaches
  • As many as 16 weeks of free nicotine replacement products when you order through a coach and up to 12 weeks of free nicotine replacement products when you order online. (A potential savings of up to $1,395 vs purchasing your own nicotine replacement products!)

Visit the Colorado Quitline or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW to get started.  

Help for Young People

Are you a young person trying to quit tobacco or vape use? Free support is available for Colorado youth 12 years and older.

My Life, My Quit is a free tobacco treatment program created specifically with young people in mind. Parental consent is not needed to participate.

My Life My Quit social graphic

My Life, My Quit offers 24/7 coaching support by text, web, and phone, to reach youth where they are and provide an easy-to-use, non-judgmental experience.

Youth ages 12-17 can text “Start my quit” to 36072 to connect with a coach or receive quit tips.

Learn More about My Life, My Quit

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

Visit Smokefree Teen

What's your reason to quit?