Quit Tobacco

Take the "Why I SmokeTest"
This short "test" will help you understand the reasons you smoke. You may have a clear idea why you smoke, or you may find the reasons you smoke are not exactly what you thought they would be. Once you have taken this "test" and scored your responses, you will see why you smoke (e.g., relaxation, craving, habit, stimulation, handling, or pleasure). Then you can check the list of strategies that correspond with the main reason(s) you smoke and choose the ones that are effective for the reason you smoke. Click the link above or download the file at the bottom of this page.
Available every day, 24 hours a day.
1-800 QUIT-NOW  (1-800-784-8669)
When you're ready to quit tobacco, the WI Tobacco Quit Line is here to help. Callers talk to a friendly quit coach who will send out a FREE two-week supply of quit-tobacco medications, plus callers develop customized strategies on how to quit. The Quit Line has already helped more than 123,500 callers.
NurseDirect 1-800-362-9900
If you're addicted to tobacco and want to quit, support is essential. Affinity Health System's Call It Quits tobacco cessation program offers classroom programs and phone counseling to people in Northeast Wisconsin who are ready to quit smoking and stop using tobacco.
First Breath is a quit program for pregnant women in Wisconsin integrating cessation strategies into existing prenatal care models, including public health services and private healthcare clinic appointments. They have an interactive website/curriculum for pregnant and postpartum smokers as part of the Striving to Quit program.
The Freedom From Smoking® includes eight sessions and features a step-by-step plan for quitting smoking.  Each session is designed to help smokers gain control over their behavior. An online version of the classes is available at http://www.ffsonline.org
BecomeAnEX.org is a free, interactive website that shows smokers how to re-learn life without cigarettes. The site, developed by the American Legacy Foundation in partnership with Mayo Clinic, offers a free, personalized quit plan and an online support community to help people prepare to quit smoking successfully.
SmokefreeTXT is a free mobile service designed for teens and young adults across the United States. SmokefreeTXT was created to provide 24/7 encouragement, advice, and tips to help smokers stop smoking for good. Signing up is quick and easy – and FREE! 
Emily Dieringer Reible,
Nov 7, 2012, 9:55 AM