Don’t give up on giving up.
It can be a struggle to quit smoking. But getting help can triple your chances of success. In Delaware, free programs can help you break the tobacco addiction. Choose the way that’s best for you.
Different people need different resources.
How you quit using tobacco depends on what type of program you are most comfortable with. There are three ways to get the help you need, free of charge. Each program offers follow-up support.
Pick the option that’s right for you.
Get counseling on the phone.
The Delaware Quitline is staffed with compassionate specialists who will assess your needs and help you make the right choices — for quitting right now and for staying tobacco-free in the future. The service is available to any Delaware resident 13 years of age or older.
Call 1-866-409-1858 now.
Get counseling in person.
If you feel more comfortable talking with someone in person, trained counselors are available throughout the state to help you quit. This service is available to any Delaware resident 18 years of age or older.
Call 1-866-409-1858 to schedule an appointment.
Get counseling online.
Our convenient online program is staffed with certified Quit Coaches® to help you conquer your urges to smoke at your own pace. This online learning and support community offers help in stages, interactive lessons and exercises, and tracking tools to help you learn how to quit successfully.
Tobacco cessation products may be available to you through the Quit Tobacco programs.
Contact the phone, in-person, or online counseling services featured above to learn how you can apply for tobacco cessation products such as nicotine replacement therapy gum and patches as well as other medications.