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  • Quit Tobacco

    Washington State Quitline

    Washington State Quitline

    • Call 1 (800) QUIT-NOW.
    • Text READY to 200-400.
    • Visit

    Get free counseling with coaches and nicotine patches or gum. 

    Your health plan may cover additional benefits.

    2Morrow Health Mobile App

    With this free app, learn new ways to deal with the unhelpful thoughts, urges, and cravings nicotine can cause.

    Get notifications and track your progress as you move toward quitting for good.

    Tacoma Tobacco Cessation Support Group

    Connect with others on a quit journey. Get and give support, for free.

    You have a million reasons to quit.

    When you quit smoking, food tastes better. Your sense of smell improves. Your immune system can better protect you from getting sick.

    Now is the perfect time to quit.

    The moment you quit smoking, your health immediately begins to improve.

    Tools and resources can help you kick the habit.

    You're twice as likely to stay quit when you use resources and professional support.

    This free program includes:

    • Customized quit plan that learns and grows with you.
    • Text messages for support quitting smoking or vaping.
    • Interactive guides and tools to help you navigate your quit journey.
    • Advice and tips from Mayo Clinic experts.
    • Supportive community of real people on their own quit journeys.

    Free tools and tips to help you quit smoking, including customized support for:

    This free program inlucdes:

    • Telephone counseling.
    • Self-help materials.
    • Nicotine patches.
    • Online help in Cantonese, Mandarin, Korean, and Vietnamese.
    What could smoke-free do for you? Free and low-cost resources in Pierce County.

    Free and low-cost resources in Pierce County

    View or print this brochure in:

    Check out more great resources from:

    • American Cancer Society—Access free online resources for help with the physical and mental aspects of quitting smoking or call 1 (800) 227-2345 to learn more.
    • American Lung Association—Free online support, training opportunities, and information about resources and health plan coverage.
    • Tips from Former Smokers—Hear from real people living with the effects of smoking and secondhand smoke. You can quit smoking—no matter who you are, where you live, or how much money you make.
    • quitSTART app—Free app for teens who want to quit smoking.
    • National Cancer Institute—Access free online information and professional support or call 1 (877) 448-7848 to learn more.
    • American Heart Association—Free online resources to help young people and adults quit smoking or vaping.  
    • Quit Tobacco, Make Everyone Proud—Program for United States service members and veterans enrolled for Veteran Affairs healthcare.


    Contact Cenora Akhidenor at or (253) 442-0352.