Counseling Works What to Expect
 

Downloadable Resources

Relax Without Lighting Up

How to Deal with Nicotine Withdrawal

Deal with Stress as a Non-Smoker

Turn a Relapse into Something Positive

Stop Smoking Medications at a Glance Chart

Strategies to Beat Boredom While Quitting Smoking

7000 Chemicals Found in Cigarettes

ACOG-Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy

Triggers-Lighting Up On Auto-Pilot

Being Around Other Smokers


New Jersey State Funded Cessation Services (FREE TO THE PUBLIC)

  • NJ QUITLINE
    FREE, CONFIDENTIAL, MULTILINGUAL PHONE COUNSELING:
    Call the NJ Quitline at 1-866-NJSTOPS (866-657-8677) to talk to a Quit Coach.
    A trained Quit Coach who has years of counseling experience will listen – without judgment – and help you to create a plan for quitting, including how to cope with cravings and ways to avoid slips and relapse. Registration and counseling available from 9AM – 9PM Monday through Friday & 9AM – 5PM Saturday and Sunday.

  • MOMS QUIT CONNECTION (MQC) FOR FAMILIES - 888-545-5191
    MQC for Families is a free, statewide program offered by Family Health Initiatives to pregnant women, new moms, dads family members and others caring for or living with young children, who want help to stop smoking. Tobacco Treatment Specialists meet with clients to help them begin to reduce and quit smoking.

    Sessions are unlimited, include incentives and are scheduled at the convenience of each client. Individual quit plans, as well as a plan to help you stay quit are created in partnership with your quit coach.

    MQC for Families services are available Monday through Friday 8:30am – 5:00pm.

    MQC for Families accepts self-referrals through the toll-free number 888-545-5191 and also by registering online at www.MomsQuit.com and Facebook.com/MomsQuitConnection.
  • NEW JERSEY QUIT CENTERS
    Through funding from the New Jersey Department of Health, Office of Tobacco Free, Nutrition & Fitness, New Jersey residents now have access to 11 Quit Centers. These Quit Centers provide residents of New Jersey with the resources to stop or reduce their use of tobacco.

    The 11 Quit Centers provide tobacco cessation services to individuals and groups in the following counties: Atlantic, Cape May, Cumberland, Salem,  Hudson, Mercer, Middlesex, Monmouth Ocean, Essex, Passaic and Union.