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Ready to quit smoking? Trying again? Want to help someone quit? You’re in the right place. Quitting tobacco is very difficult; most people try several times before they are able to quit for good. If you are ready to quit, you don’t have to do it alone. There are many resources available to help you quit smoking or kick tobacco for good.
Quit for Life is a free resource to assist you in quitting tobacco. It’s available for employees and dependents covered under the Kaiser Permanente Smart Care Connect plan who are 18 years or older. You’ll work over the phone with a Quit Coach® who will help you set goals, learn from past quit attempts, and set a quit date.

If you are struggling to quit tobacco, talk to your doctor or pharmacist about medications that help smokers quit. Nicotine replacement (gum, patch, lozenge) can help people using tobacco quit and most are available over the counter.

Smokefree.gov is full of tools, tips, and resources to help you quit. They have special resources for women, teens, and older adults too.

Learn about resources available, information on quitting smoking, facts, and more from Public Health – Seattle & King County.

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Please share your feedback with the team at Balanced You so we can spread good ideas, share success stories, and bring new tools to help you feel energized and be your best. The more you tell us, the better Balanced You will be!

Email: BalancedYou@kingcounty.gov

Phone: 206-263-9626

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