Quitting Smoking

Smoking is the #1 most preventable cause of death in the United States. And quitting smoking or chewing tobacco is the #1 most important step you can take to live a longer and healthier life. Quitting can be tough, but you don’t have to do it alone. Our program can help you get the support you need to quit tobacco in a small group of other people trying to quit too.

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The Program

Vermont Quit Partners

WHAT THE PROGRAM OFFERS

When you’re ready to quit, 802Quits has local Vermont Quit Partners ready to help you set up a plan and succeed in being tobacco-free. There are free workshops with Vermont Quit Partners all across Vermont available to provide support, free gum, lozenges or patches, and motivation to help you through the quitting process.

TIMING

Participants meet once a week.

Who It’s For

Current smokers or tobacco users looking to quit.

Ready tO GET STARTED? Find a PROGRAM near you.

Upcoming Free Workshops

Aug
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Vermont Quit Partners @ Southwestern Vermont Medical Center
Aug 1 @ 12:00 pm – 1:00 pm
Vermont Quit Partners @ Southwestern Vermont Medical Center | Woodford | Vermont | United States

Tobacco cessation programs focus on helping people quit smoking. These workshops are led by a trained Vermont Quit Partner and meet one hour a week for 4 to 6 weeks—however, many tobacco cessation programs are offered on an ongoing basis, with rolling admission. Participants may join at any time, and, on average, attend for 6 sessions. Tobacco Cessation programs are supported by the Vermont Department of Health, Tobacco Control Program.


Not sure if this workshop is right for you?

Let a Regional Coordinator near you answer your questions.

Vermont Quit Partners @ SVMC
Aug 1 @ 4:00 pm – 5:00 pm
Vermont Quit Partners @ SVMC | Londonderry | Vermont | United States

Tobacco cessation programs focus on helping people quit smoking. These workshops are led by a trained Vermont Quit Partner and meet one hour a week for 4 to 6 weeks—however, many tobacco cessation programs are offered on an ongoing basis, with rolling admission. Participants may join at any time, and, on average, attend for 6 sessions. Tobacco Cessation programs are supported by the Vermont Department of Health, Tobacco Control Program.


Not sure if this workshop is right for you?

Let a Regional Coordinator near you answer your questions.

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Success Stories

“I had tried to quit many times; I think I actually lost track of how many times. It’s been over a year [since I stopped], but the interesting thing is I can’t really imagine going back to smoking now. As far as I’m concerned, I’m done smoking.”

 

— Heather, Montpelier
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