Smoking Cessation

So, you've finally decided to quit smoking . . . good for you!!!



We're proud of the decision you've made. Whatever the reason, it's going to be a challenge, but it will be worth it in the end.

There are many resources out there to help you along in your efforts. Wyoming Department of Health has programs to help you with free or low-cost nicotine patches and gum. History shows you will try more than once to finally quit for good. Well, don't let that stop you, if you really want to quit once and for all, there IS help out there!

Below are some resources to help you beat the nicotine demon:

Wyoming Quit Tobacco Program - Wyoming Department of Health
http://www.publichealth.org/smoking-in-america
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Quitting smoking - seems like it ought to be easy, but it's not. To help you, we've put together some great quit smoking resources to support your efforts to break your nicotine addiction.

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QuitGuides
Full of practical quit-smoking and smokeless resources, tips and research-based suggestions. As a Premium member, you can download our QuitGuides to your desktop, phone or printer.
Tobacco News
Follow tobacco company exploits and get the latest smoking cessation news.
Find a Program near you
Search our listing of local counseling programs (U.S. only).
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Getting Started: quit smoking resources
1. Let QuitNet be your personal guide!

If you read only one thing, pick ourQuitGuides - a classic smoking cessation resource. Our classic QuitGuides outline simple paths to freedom from tobacco.
2. Stay on top of your quit.
Daily tobacco news and facts will keep you in the know.
3. Get local help and stop smoking resources.
Our national directory of local smoking cessation programs will help you find additional help wherever you are.
4. Give yourself a break.
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