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CDC’s 1-800-QUIT-NOW hotline

  • ACS understands that quitting tobacco is not easy, but it can be done. We are committed to helping tobacco users and their friends or loved ones with resources and information to take necessary steps to successfully quit using tobacco.
  • For help and/or information on other cessation programs, please call ACS’ National Cancer Information Center. Callers will be directed to other resources including the CDC’s 1-800-QUIT-NOW hotline for guidance and program referrals. The CDC hotline is available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
  • The NCIC team will continue to help callers seeking general information about tobacco products by directing them to several resources including those available on the Stay Away from Tobacco page on cancer.org.
  • For individual tobacco users, their loved ones and friends, as well as employers and communities the ACS’ Cancer.org Stay Away from Tobacco offers information about tobacco’s harms, Guide to Quitting Smoking, information about smoke-free communities, a link to Great American Smokeout materials, interactive tools and additional ACS and external tobacco-related resources.
  • ACS CAN remains committed to supporting anti-tobacco policy and legislation at the federal and state levels. The ACS Center for Tobacco Control and ACS CAN work closely to identify the right combination of policies and public health interventions to eliminate all tobacco use in the U.S. and around the world. For more information go to Advocacy efforts in tobacco control and to Insurance coverage of tobacco cessation