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


2)    Centers for Disease Control and Prevention



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


4)    American Lung Association

Information on how to quit smoking, including top tips.


5)    American Heart Association

Information and resources for quitting smoking.


6)    North American Quitline Consortium

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