Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Cessation

Tobacco Cessation Support Group

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Take Action NOW
Advocacy opportunities including campaigns and petitions
Ways to Take Action
National Council for Mental Wellbeing
Offers training and recorded webinars seeking to eliminate tobacco use and cancer disparities.
Advocacy work against menthol, focusing on youth, the Black community, and the LGBTQIA2S+ community.
Pledge support and join the campaign to end menthol.
Tobacco Free Michigan
Advocacy website that lists campaigns and other resources for individuals and organizations to get involved with.

Quitting Resources

Michigan Tobacco Quitlink
Call: 1 (800) QUIT-NOW
Chat with a specialist now.
Offers culturally sensitive quit support
National Texting Portal
Text messaging cessation services
Text: QUITNOW to 333888
Freedom From Smoking
Group and online quitting programs offered by American Lung Association
American Indian Commercial Tobacco Program
Call: 1 (855) 524-7848
Enroll Now
Quitting Services designed by and for the U.S. Indigenous communities
Asian Smokers’ Quitline
(Chinese) – 1 (800) 838-8917
(Japanese) – 1 (800) 556-5564
(Vietnamese) – 1 (800) 778-8440
Free nationwide Asian-language quit smoking service
Service for veterans enrolled in VA health care who are ready to quit tobacco
Text: VET to 47848
Michigan Medicaid Tobacco Cessation Benefits
Guide for Free or Reduced-Cost Smoking Cessation Medication
Organizations that provide quit tobacco services for people living with HIV/AIDS in Michigan

Quitting Resources for Youth

My Life My Quit
Text: “Start My Quit” to 36072
Henry Ford Health
Offers a tobacco treatment service for teens and adolescents
Call: (888) 427-7587
American Lung Association – Helping Teens Quit
Offers “N-O-T: Not on Tobacco” a program for 14-19 year olds

Learn More

Tobacco and You
Michigan QuitLink information on different identity groups
Truth about Vaping
Information about what chemicals are in vapes
Pathways to Freedom
Content warning: scenes showing human organs outside of the body, specifically the lungs of a smoker and a non-smoker
Learn about the history of tobacco with the Black community, how it was tied to slavery and how it hurts the community today.
Benefits of Cessation Over Time
Short video from the CDC
Keep it Sacred

Content warning: Gun imagery and suggestions of suicide
Short video from the WeRNative website that delves into the differences between traditional and commercial tobacco
Outlast Tobacco” from National LGBT Cancer Network
Rising Vaping Rates Among LGB Young People
Data from a Truth Initiative study released in 2022, tracking the rise of vaping in youth communities.
Tobacco Cessation Strategies for the LGBTQ+ Community
Webinar recording that shares history of the tobacco industry targeting the Queer community and strategies to support the LGBTQ+ community in tobacco cessation

This program is made possible with grant funding from MDHHS and MPHI

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