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Smoking Addiction

Long-haul truckers report cigarette smoking at a rate of 51%. Type 2 diabetes, cancer, stroke and heart disease are all more prevalent in smokers versus non-smokers. | Encore Protection

CDC Quitline (1-800-784-8669)


Benefits of Quitting

Resources for Getting Help

Chat online 24/7 with a National Cancer Institute counselor. Get quitting information, tips, ongoing support, and expert advice on staying tobacco-free in the future.

Free information and professional help from the National Cancer Institute for people trying to quit smoking and dipping. It also includes content and resources specifically for adolescents and women.

Free information and tools for quitting from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services.

Many local hospitals and clinics offer quit-smoking programs. Ask your doctor or healthcare provider for a recommendation. Your state health department can also help you find support close to home.

A free, digital quit-smoking plan and online community that has helped nearly 1 million people develop the skills to successfully quit. Research has shown that following the BecomeAnEX quit plan quadruples a tobacco user's chance of quitting!

This site provides quitting advice, the latest research and news on tobacco use, publications to order, and an array of useful links.

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