Smoking cessation resources
Washington State University Vancouver is a tobacco-free campus
You can quit!
Most healthcare providers offer tobacco-cessation programs. Ask yours!
Freedom from Smoking (free)
Sea Mar Community Health Center, Vancouver
Six weekly 90-minute sessions offered three times per year.
Breathe Free: The Plan to Stop Smoking
Seventh Day Adventist, Vancouver
Nine-day session offered periodically as requested.
Smoking Cessation Classes
Providence Health Plan, Portland
Eight, 90-minute sessions.
Washington Tobacco Quit Line (free)
(800) Quit-Now (784-8669)
Speak with a trained expert on quitting and get questions answered; free gum and patches for eligible callers.
National Cancer Institute (free)
Printed materials on smoking and health, counseling with cessation specialist.
Quit For Life
Phone counseling, five calls for one year, information packet, support line available.
Kaiser Permanente Free and Clear (free)
(866) 301-3866 option 2
Phone counseling, receive five scheduled calls over one year; unlimited access to one-on-one support between scheduled calls.
National Cancer Information Center (free)
Speak with a cancer information specialist; receive printed materials.
Washington Quit Line
Thinking about it? Ready to try quitting?
Become an EX
A new way to think about quitting.
How to Quit
Tips, guides, compelling stories from real people and more.
Don’t quit alone; find community, resources and expert support.
Freedom from Smoking
Online counseling and lessons at your own pace.
Talk to an expert, hear real stories, connect with others; text messages, phone apps and more.
Real stories, help from fellow quitters.
Be Tobacco Free
Answers to your questions about quitting, secondhand smoke, smokeless tobacco, electronic cigarettes and more.
My Time to Quit
Way 2 Quit
Kaiser Permanente Breathe Program (members only)