Resources to Quit Tobacco
There are many resources available to help you quit vaping, smoking, or using tobacco:
My Life My Quit (Teens Only) → My Life, My Quit™ is a free and confidential way to quit smoking or vaping. Text "Start My Quit" to 36072 or visit co.mylifemyquit.org to learn more. For anyone age 12-17.
Colorado Quitline → 1.800.QUIT.NOW (800-784-8669) The Colorado Quitline is a free service available in English and Spanish to Colorado residents 15 and older. It offers coaching by phone and additional support by email, text, or chat. Those 18 and older can receive a free supply of nicotine gum, lozenges, or patches.
Baby & Me Tobacco-Free - Free counseling for pregnant individuals and vouchers for free diapers and baby wipes.
Nicotine Anonymous → In-person, phone, and web-based 12-Step meetings.
Freedom From Smoking → In-person, online, phone and self-help support offered by the American Lung Association.
SmokeFreeTXT → text QUIT to 47848; en Español: Envíe un mensaje de texto ESP al 47848
SmokeFreeMOM → for pregnant women who want to quit, text MOM to 222888
SmokeFreeVET → for veterans with VA health care benefits who are ready to quit, text VET to 47848
DipFreeTXT → for young adults who are ready to quit using dip or chewing tobacco, text SPIT to 222888
Lung Cancer Screening Resources
There are resources available to learn about lung cancer screening, where to get screened and if it is right for you.
Lung Cancer Screening → The Colorado Quitline provides tools to see if a lung cancer screening is right for you, if you are eligible for a lung cancer screening, how to talk to your doctor about a lung cancer screening and what your lung cancer risk is.
American College of Radiology → The American College of Radiology’s Accredited Facility Search is a helpful tool to select an appropriate facility for your imaging needs.
E-Cigarette Safe Disposal
E-Cigarette cartridges, batteries, and liquid cannot be thrown in the regular trash. Learn more about safe disposal.