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Te information in this booklet will help you understand tobacco use and learn ways to support your loved one through the quitting process, whether or not your loved one is ready to quit. You cannot force a person to quit using tobacco products. For most people, quitting is not easy. It is often a long process. Te support you provide will make it easier for your loved one.


Te information in this booklet does not replace advice from a doctor or medical expert. Encourage your loved one to talk to a health care provider for recommendations about quitting tobacco.

Free Resources In Person: Nicotine Anonymous 12-step program. Find a meeting at

By Telephone: National Cancer Institute (NCI) Quit Line at 1-877-448-7848 (counselors in English or Spanish), the Utah Tobacco Quit Line at 1-888-567-8788, or find a tobacco quit line provided by other states by calling 1-800-784-8669.

Text Messaging: SmokefreeTXT mobile service sends encouragement, advice, and tips. Text the word “quit” to 47848. Learn more at

Online Tobacco Cessation Groups: is a free resource for Utah residents. Or is provided by the Legacy Foundation.

Live Online Chat: Smoking cessation help from the NCI at

Mobile Apps: Te NCI QuitPal app helps set goals, track habits, and connect with social networks. Te QuitSTART app is designed to help teens quit. Te Smokefree QuitGuide app is available from iTunes, Google Play, and the Amazon App Store. Tis app helps prepare smokers to quit and provides support afterward.

Huntsman Cancer Institute has information and brochures for people who want to quit tobacco. Books and videos are available for free checkout in the Cancer Learning Center, located on the sixth floor of the cancer hospital. Call toll free 1-888-424-2100 or visit Materials can be mailed to you free of charge.

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