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Tobacco Cessation Resources
Most people who use tobacco have more success with quitting by using assisted quit methods like nicotine replacement, prescription medication, counseling and support. The following organizations and resources are available to help you stop using tobacco products.

Carroll County Health Department

The Carroll County Health Department offers several options for free, quit tobacco education.

Attend one of these programs and receive vouchers for nicotine replacement products or Chantix (doctor’s prescription needed for Chantix). For more information on these programs call 410-876-4429 or visit the health department's website.

Your Health Care Provider 

Discuss your desire to quit using tobacco with your health care provider.This allows you to review your personal health history and get recommendations for the best cessation options for you. If you need a doctor, call Care Connect at 410-871-7000 for a referral.

Maryland Tobacco Quitline

A free service for Marylanders 13 years and older and sponsored by the Maryland Department of Health and Mental Hygiene. 

Maryland Tobacco Quitline can help you quit any kind of tobacco use — cigarettes, cigars or smokeless.

Call 1-800-QUITNOW or visit SmokingStopsHere.com

FREE ways the Quitline can help you quit tobacco for good:

Online*
Enroll online now to receive online support from our Quit Coaches


       Mail
We will send you guides with helpful advice for you or someone you care about who is trying to quit.

Phone
Call 1.800.784.8669 to talk to a live Quit Coach 24 hours a day, seven days a week. Counseling is provided in English, Spanish, or other languages.

  Text Support*
When you use our phone or online program, you can receive text messages for extra support and tips to quit.

* Services available for Marylanders 18 years and older

Choose a combination of services that works best for you!

QUITLOGIX

Pennsylvania Free Quitline is a free program that provides helpful tools, information and support throughout your quit process. Available to Pennsylvanians 14 years old or older. Enroll online or by phone. Coaches will determine if you are eligible for free two-week supply of nicotine patches or gum.

Visit PA.Quitlogix.org  or call 1-800-QUITNOW, 7 days a week, Monday – Sunday, 8 a.m. – 1 a.m.


Tevis Center for Wellness at Carroll Hospital

Acupuncture treatments have been beneficial in helping to reduce the cravings and other symptoms related to withdrawal. For more information call Care Connect at 410-871-7000.