Utah Tobacco Cessation Resource Directory- Statewide Resources
One of the biggest challenges many people who are trying to quit face is knowing where to go for help. Oftentimes, by using one or more of the resources available a person who previously tried but failed to quit is able to succeed. The following resources are available:
Utah Tobacco Quit Line: 1.800.QUIT.NOW
The Utah Tobacco Quit Line is a statewide, toll-free telephone based resource available to all Utahns interested in support for quitting tobacco. Relatives or friends are also able to receive assistance in how to help their loved one/friend quit tobacco. This service provides screening, counseling, support materials and referral to additional cessation assistance when appropriate.
TTY – 1-877-777-6534
Spanish – 1-877-629-1585
24 hours a day, 7 days a week (except holidays)
Tobacco Free Resource Line: 1-877-220-3466
The Tobacco Free Resource Line is a statewide, toll-free telephone based resource available to all Utahns seeking information about tobacco. This service provides information about health effects, secondhand smoke, statistics, tobacco laws, teaching materials, tobacco cessation self-help materials, etc. It is also a toll-free link to the Tobacco Prevention & Control Program staff.
Hours of operation: Monday – Friday: 8am – 6pm.
If you are quitting tobacco, you might like some online help. You can get a quit plan just for you. By going online you can talk to a coach. Also, you can participate in guided lessons, videos, podcasts, etc. To sign on go to www.waytoquit.org
Voluntary Health Organizations
There are several voluntary health agencies in Utah that can provide services and information about the health effects of tobacco use and provide cessation resources as well.