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Idaho QuitLine

1-800-QUITNOW (1-800-784-8669)

Help to quit smoking is now just a phone call away. The Idaho QuitLine is a FREE telephone counseling service designed to help smokers quit. This confidential service connects tobacco users with trained counselors who guide and support them through the process of becoming tobacco-free.

This service is available 24-7, except for Thanksgiving and Christmas.

Idaho QuitNow


QuitNow is a FREE internet service that can help you quit smoking. It offers expert advice on quitting, online support from other smokers who are trying to quit, and information about medications that may make quitting easier. QuitNow is available 24-7.

FREE Nicotine Replacement Therapy

QuitLine: (800) 784-8669

QuitNow: www.quitnow.net/Program/

EIPH Tobacco Cessation Program:
(208) 533-3157

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) products such as the gum, patches, and lozenges, are available at no cost to individuals who enroll in either the phone-based tobacco cessation counselling with the Idaho QuitLIne, the web-based counselling through the Idaho QuitNow program, or the tobacco cessation support groups offered through Eastern Idaho Public Health’s Tobacco Cessation Program. You must be 18 years or older to qualify.

Funded by the Idaho Tobacco Millennium Funds, Coordinated by Project Filter

Idaho Medicaid Preventive Health Assistance (PHA)


Eligible individuals can earn PHA vouchers to help pay for tobacco cessation products such as Chantix at participating vendors or PHA vouchers toward weigh management program fees at participating gyms.

Call the number provided or click here to learn more and see if you qualify.

Tips from Former Smokers
Tips from Former Smokers campaign describes the real stories of real people who are living with the serious long-term health effects from smoking and secondhand smoke. Hear their stories and lessons they learned while on the journey to quitting.






















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