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Hard, yes. Impossible, no. Insured or uninsured, trying to quit or helping a smoker quit, we can help. Read on.

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1,400 Rhode Island children become daily smokers each year. 23,000 will die from tobacco-related illness.

Rhode Islanders Who Quit

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RI Smokers' Helpline
1-800-QuitNow
1-800-784-8669

The Rhode Island Smokers' Helpline is a free service that provides the individualized quit support you need to be successful. A trained quit coach will help assess your situation and develop a customized plan to quit that fits your needs. Free cessation information, multi-session telephone counseling, and self-help materials.

QuitWorks
quitworksri.org

Cessation education training available for healthcare providers as well as training on using the Smokers' Quitline fax-referral system.

Are you 18 or younger and want to quit smoking? I can help
Text START to 88206

Text to Be an Ex (T2BX) is a new way for teens to get help quitting tobacco.
 
It's private.
It's free.
It's customized specifically for you.

Medicaid Cessation Services
401-462-5300
DHS Info Line

Mandatory cessation coverage for Managed Care and Fee-For-Service members. Quit medications, nicotine replacement therapy, and individual counseling. Restrictions may apply.

Private Health Insurance Coverage
www.ohic.ri.gov

Mandatory cessation coverage, not including self-insured plans. Resources, quit medications, nicotine replacement therapy, and counseling. Restrictions may apply. Call the phone number listed on your insurance card for details.

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Additional
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Additional
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Online Quit Support

becomeanex.org smokefree.gov

American Lung Association

ffsonline.org

National Tobacco Cessation Collaborative

tobacco-cessation.org

CDC Office on Smoking and Health

cdc.gov/tobacco/osh