Tobacco Cessation Resources

  • Become an Ex | From the Mayo Clinic, the Ex plan teaches how to live without cigarettes in 3 steps. Based on scientific research and practical advice from ex-smokers.
  • BeTobaccoFree | Tools to Quit [smoking] Now from the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. 
  • How to Quit Tobacco | Guidelines for quitting smoking from the American Cancer Society.
  • Freedom from Smoking  | From the American Lung Association, this program offers a structured, systematic approach to quitting smoking, and its positive messaging emphasizes the benefits of better health. 
  • How to Quit Smoking | A variety of free resources from the CDC for quitting smoking. 
  • Quittxt | Quitxt is a free text-messaging program that sends tips, support, and motivational music/videos on your phone to help you stop smoking, from researchers at UT Health San Antonio.
  • Yes Quit | Texas Department State Health Services provides information and tools to individuals who wish to quit smoking.
  • Speak to an Expert | Chat and phone support from the National Cancer Institute. 
  • This is Quitting | A free and anonymous text messaging program from Truth Initiative designed to help young people quite vaping.
  • Tobacco Cessation | Free tobacco and vaping cessation programs from Harris County Public Health. 
  • Vaping Toolkit | The Council on Recovery offers comprehensive screening and assessment. Receive personalized recommendations: psychoeducation, individual and family therapy, parent coaching and Mindful Choices class.
  • YouCanQuit2 | An educational campaign for the U.S. military to help service members quit tobacco.