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Resources To Quit Smoking

There are many methods available to help you quit smoking. Quitting is a very individual matter, and only you can decide which way is right for you.

Your physician can give you information and advice on medications to help you stop smoking. Also, your local health department, hospital, or local chapters of national organizations can provide you with more help on smoking cessation and other support services in your community. Here are some possible sources of further help.

American Cancer Society

1-800-227-2315
www.cancer.org

American Lung Association

1-800-LUNG-USA (1-800-586-4872)
www.lungusa.org

American Heart Association

1-800-AHA-USA1 (1-800-242-8721)
www.americanheart.org

National Quitline

1-800-QUIT-NOW
(1-800-784-8669)
www.smokefree.gov

CDC

(Centers for Disease Control and Prevention)
1-800-CDC-INFO (1-800-232-4636)
www.cdc.gov/tobacco
h3. National Cancer Institute

1-800-422-6237
www.cancer.gov

Determined to Quit

www.determinedtoquit.com

QuitNet

www.quitnet.com


The Northwestern Pennsylvania Tobacco Control Program and its partners offer no-cost tobacco cessation classes for individuals, groups, or at the workplace.

Contact a cessation provider for more information.

Community Health Net

(814) 454-4530 ×290
Erie County

Titusville Area Hospital

800-950-1850 ×358
Crawford and Venango Counties

Beacon Light Behavioral Health

(814) 584-1140
Warren and Cameron Counties

Adagio Health

(814) 723-5852
Elk, Forest, and McKean Counties

Erie County Department of Health

For information on support groups and 1on1 counseling, please contact:
Alexandra Iorio at (814) 451-6769
Erie County

Mercer County Behavioral Health Commission

(724) 662-1550
Mercer and Lawrence Counties

Armstrong-Indiana-Clarion County Drug and Alcohol

(814) 226-6350 ×104
Clarion, Clearfield, and Jefferson Counties

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