Vaping Cessation Resources
Please contact the Concord Public Health Nurse Tricia McGean RN for more information on vaping cessation resources: email@example.com or (978) 201-2914
Fact or Fiction: What to Know About Smoking Cessation and Medications : https://www.fda.gov/consumers/consumer-updates/fact-or-fiction-what-know-about-smoking-cessation-and-medications
Cessation: Questions to Ask Your Health Insurance
My Life, My Quit s a free resource to help youth quit vaping. Teens can call or text “start my quit” to 1.855.891.9989 or they can visit www.mylifemyquit.com for real-time coaching. Through the program, teens work with a coach who listens and understands their unique needs, provides personalized support, and helps them build a quit plan to become free from nicotine.
The Truth Initiative’s texting program helps people who want to quit vaping. Text “QUIT” to 202-804-9884. Check out truthinitiative.org for more information on tobacco.
Smokefreeteen — The website teen.smokefree.gov has great information and resources to help someone quit tobacco products, including online chat and an app. You can also enroll in a texting program. Text QUIT to iQUIT (47848) for cigarettes or SPIT to 333888 for chewing tobacco. Sponsored by the US Department of Health and Human Services.
Become an Ex — A free, online, interactive resource to help you relearn life without nicotine.