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Adult Cessation Resource Flyer

 

1-866-NEW-LUNG is a free quit-smoking and quit-vaping program for people who live in Orange County. NEW-LUNG offers everything from one-on-one support to group sessions and telephone counseling. You choose the service that works best for you.  Please call 1-866-NEW-LUNG (1-866-639-5864) to enroll. You can also access our website and enroll by clicking here.

English 2023 Cessation Flier

Adult services are offered in English, Spanish, Vietnamese, Korean, and Farsi. Free Nicotine Patches are available to adults 18 and older who complete any of the adult cessation services.

 

What will happen when I call the 1-866-NEW-LUNG line?

You will speak to a counselor who can connect you with the next seminar or class or schedule an individual counseling session with you. You can choose the service that best fits your needs. 

 

Who will be counseling me?

TUPP’s cessation provider is Anaheim Regional Medical Center. Visit their page for more information: http://www.anaheimregionalmc.com/Clinical-Services/Heart-Center/FREE-Tobacco-Cessation-Program.aspx
AHMC Anaheim Regional Medical Center

 

Tips to Help You Quit

  • Believe you can quit – You can be successful in quitting. It may take you several tries before you successfully quit. It’s ok. Just believe you can do it!
  • Write down why you want to quit – Are you quitting for your loved one, for your health, to set a good example for your children, or to protect your family from breathing secondhand tobacco smoke or aerosol from e-cigarettes?
  • Set a quit date – Make a commitment to quit. Think about quitting on a special day, such as on your birthday, anniversary, wedding, New Year’s Day, etc.
  • Throw away all tobacco products and vapes, and remove anything that reminds you of smoking or vaping. When you don’t have these triggers around you, you’re more likely to stay away from smoking and vaping.

Get help if you want it – TUPP has free classes to help you quit by calling 1-866-NEW-LUNG (1-866-639-5864) or visiting the New Lung website.

Anaheim Regional Medical Center – NEW LUNG

www.1866newlung.com

1-866-NEW-LUNG (1-866-639-5864)

American Cancer Society – Stay Away from Tobacco

Provides online resources to help people quit smoking.

https://www.cancer.org/healthy/stay-away-from-tobacco/guide-quitting-smoking.html

American Lung Association – Freedom from Smoking

The American Lung Association has been helping people quit smoking for over 35 years through Freedom from Smoking®. Ranked as one of the most effective cessation programs in the country, Freedom from Smoking has helped hundreds of thousands of people quit smoking for good and is now available in a variety of formats. Work through a quit smoking attempt, on your own time, at your own pace, and on your own through the Freedom From Smoking self-help guide. It's available in English and Spanish, and you can lean on the support of the Lung Helpline and online community whenever you need it. Call 1-800-LUNGUSA to order Freedom From Smoking: The Guide to Help You Quit Smoking today.

www.lung.org/stop-smoking

1-800-LUNGUSA (1-800-586-4872)

California Department of Public Health – Kick It CA

Kick It CA offers free quit smoking and vaping services for adults and youth throughout the state of California.  Services are available in the following languages: English, Spanish, Chinese, Vietnamese, and Korean.  Services include: telephone counseling, text-based services, and mobile apps.  Free nicotine patches are available to participants of telephone counseling.

https://kickitca.org/

1-800-300-8086

City of Hope – C31 Cessation Program

City of Hope will support people with proper cessation medications to overcome withdrawal symptoms/cravings, as well as behavioral strategies to break habits that trigger smoking, strategic problem-solving, and social support to boost their chances of success. Services include tobacco use assessment, individual cessation counseling with education, resources and behavioral interventions, tobacco cessation medications, a rapid action plan for relapse, same-day, face-to-face, or phone counseling, referrals, and a tobacco cessation support group. 

https://www.cityofhope.org/patients/departments-and-services/supportive-care-medicine/emotional-social-and-spiritual-support/supportive-care-psychology/smoking-cessation-program

626-256-4673, ext. 89114, or 626-535-3983

LGBTQ Center OC – Tobacco Cessation Services

The LGBTQ Center Orange County is committed to supporting and encouraging the LGBTQ+ community to access free smoking cessation services and resources. Their team offers training, guidance, and support to those seeking assistance in quitting tobacco products. They offer free help in finding alternative methods to reduce the stress that might be impacting tobacco use. 

https://www.lgbtqcenteroc.org/tobaccofreeoc/

714-953-5428

Nicotine Anonymous

Nicotine Anonymous ("NicA") is a non-profit, 12-step fellowship of men and women helping each other live nicotine-free lives and helping anyone who would like to cease using tobacco and nicotine products in any form. Nicotine Anonymous welcomes people seeking freedom from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and nicotine withdrawal aids. The Fellowship offers group support and recovery using the Twelve Steps and Twelve Traditions, as adapted from Alcoholics Anonymous, to achieve abstinence from nicotine. Meetings are available online, by telephone, and also face-to-face.  Click here to find a meeting: https://www.nicotine-anonymous.org/find-a-meeting 

https://www.nicotine-anonymous.org/

UCI Medical Center

UCI Medical Center offers a free, interactive program to support and educate patients who are considering quitting smoking. The program covers the following: finding the motivation to quit smoking; benefits of quitting smoking; health problems caused by smoking; and understanding why people smoke.  

http://www.ucihealth.org/patients-visitors/patient-education/quit-smoking

714-880-7812

Sources:  
Smoking Cessation Related to Improved Patient-Reported Pain Scores Following Spinal Care, http://dx.doi.org/10.2106/JBJS.K.01598 [accessed 2014, July 17]