New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline
When you call, you’ll have a few choices. A friendly staff person will talk to you and offer free self-help materials, a list of other quit smoking programs in you area, and one-on-one private advice over the phone. You can pick the services you want at the times that are best for you.
The New Hampshire Try To STOP TOBACCO Resource Center Services are provided at no cost and remain confidential.
Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669)
For Spanish: 1-800-8-DEJALO (1-800-833-5256)
For the Hearing impaired: 1-800-833-1477
The New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline serves the general public, tobacco control professionals, educators, health care providers, physicians, and others who want to reduce tobacco’s heavy toll on society or who are interested in quitting smoking or chew. The Helpline is home to two interconnected services:
The New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline 1-800-QUIT-NOW is the gateway to tobacco cessation services offered to New Hampshire residents. The toll-free helpline offers telephone-based counseling, free print materials and referrals to local tobacco treatment programs. Services are available in English (1-800-784-8669) and Spanish (1-800-8-DEJALO), with translation for other languages. A TTY line is available (1-800-833-1477). Quit tips are available 24 hours a day (1-800-9GET-A-TIP) or text TIPS to 22122.
To simply order materials 800-852-3345 ext. 6684
www.TryTostopNH.org is the New Hampshire Tobacco Helpline Web Site. This site provides information about local tobacco treatment resources, a self-referral form for those who want a call-back from one of our counselors, fact sheets and provides a link to www.BecomeAnEX.org. NH residents can access this state-of-the-art, user-friendly tool for tobacco users who want to quit on their own.
Quitworks-NH offers health care providers the necessary tools to refer their patients to evidence-based telephonic counseling, and offers a full range of the State’s tobacco treatment services. QuitWorks-NH is a collaborative effort based on the original QuitWorks program developed by the Massachusetts Department of Public Health and is recognized by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention as a Best Practice. Visit www.QuitWorksNH.org for additional information and resources.