Tobacco Prevention Notes
shortness of breath decrease. Quitting is one of the best things you can do for your own health and the health of those around you.
Not sure how to quit? The Montana Tobacco Quit Line can help. It is a free service for all Montanans with free personalized coaching and eight weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy. There are three special programs within the Montana Tobacco Quit Line. First is the American Indian Commercial Tobacco Quit Line that connects callers with American Indian coaches. Call 855-372-0037 to connect with a Native coach. The Quit Now Montana Pregnancy Program connects pregnant women with a dedicated female coach as well as offers cash incentives with each completed coaching call. The newest program, My Life, My Quit, is for Montana youth looking to quit any form of tobacco including vaping. Visit mylifemyquit.com to enroll or text “start my quit” to 855-891-9989.
“Quitting tobacco can be the most important thing you do for your health,” adds Allen.
The Montana Tobacco Quit Line, along with FDA-approved cessation medications available through enrollment, is a proven effective way to help you quit tobacco use successfully. Tobacco users who use the Montana Tobacco Quit Line are seven to 10 times more likely to quit than if they were to try alone.
Call 800-QUIT-NOW or visit quitnowmontana.com today.