Do you want to quit using tobacco or nicotine? We’ve got resources and information that can help you or your loved ones quit today.
Colorado QuitLine (website available in English and Spanish)
A free service available to Colorado residents 12 and older.
The QuitLine provides special online tools, a support team of coaches, and nicotine replacement therapy.
The expert coaches can talk to you about overcoming common barriers, such as dealing with stress, fighting cravings, coping with irritability, and controlling weight gain.
Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit the Colorado QuitLine website to learn how to quit tobacco today.
Individuals between 12 and 17 can access free, confidential support to quit by visiting My Life My Quit or texting "Start" to 36072.
TobaccoFreeCO (website available in English and Spanish)
Quitting resources, information on the problem of tobacco in our state, and ways to get involved in the fight against tobacco. Spanish resources are available at ColoradoSinTabaco.
The Baby & Me Tobacco Free Program offers free counseling for those who are pregnant. Those who are pregnant and their partners are eligible for vouchers for free diapers when they commit to quit tobacco and stay tobacco-free after the baby is born.
A powerful, free text message-based program for young people that places you on the path to a life free from tobacco.
For people on Medicaid who want to quit smoking
Recommendations for reducing tobacco use
Recommendations for tobacco and nicotine users, state and community leaders, parents, people who don't smoke, employers, and retailers:
- Keep Youth and Young Adults Tobacco-Free
- Protect People and the Environment