Tobacco Prevention and Cessation

Freedom From Smoking Program 

This program was created by The American Lung Association and is taught by Clark County Health Department.  
It helps you develop a plan action that leads to your quit day.  You will also receive the support you need to remain smoke-free for life.  Classes are 1 ½ hours once per week for 8 weeks.   

 



Kentucky Quitline Resources














Additional Help with Quitting Tobacco

 

1)    American Cancer Society

How to quit smoking or smokeless tobacco

https://www.cancer.org/healthy/stay-away-from-tobacco/guide-quitting-smoking.html

 

2)    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention

https://www.cdc.gov/tobacco/campaign/tips/quit-smoking/index.html

 

3)    Smokefree.gov

A website dedicated to helping you quit smoking with tailored resources for women, veterans, teens, Spanish speakers, and people over 60 years old.

https://smokefree.gov/

 

4)    American Lung Association

Information on how to quit smoking, including top tips.

https://www.lung.org/quit-smoking/i-want-to-quit/how-to-quit-smoking

 

5)    American Heart Association

Information and resources for quitting smoking.

https://www.heart.org/en/healthy-living/healthy-lifestyle/quit-smoking-tobacco/5-steps-to-quit-smoking

 

6)    North American Quitline Consortium

A map with quitline services available in your area—click on your state!

https://map.naquitline.org/default.aspx