20 Ways to Quit

Quit For Cause works best when paired with a quit smoking plan. Here is a list of 20 quit smoking resources for you to choose from. Why 20? One for each cigarette in a pack.

Pick one or two. Set a quit date. Join Quit For Cause community and work towards a common and realistic goal – to quit smoking, and in the process to change the world – one less cigarette at a time.

 Knowledge is Power Read, learn, think, quit.


If you knew for a fact that you could find it easy to quit, would you do it? Join the 11 million smokers who found quitting easy and enjoyable with this simple, drug-free program. Read a book. It’s that simple!


Essays and graphics, often humorous or thought-provoking, on smoking and quitting aim at changing the way you think about cigarettes and help you to get rid of tobacco from your life.


The Internet's leading cold turkey quit smoking resource.


A Leading Quit Smoking Resource. Provides a wealth of information


Great resource. Some information on the site will scare you into quitting.


Lets you read, download, print, or order free guides and tools that have helped many others quit. There is something for everyone, including live, online chats with National Cancer Institute experts.


Offers information, advice, support and encouragement for those who are trying to quit smoking.


Anything and everything you need to know about quitting smoking + a free email course to help you quit.


This site from American Lung Association offers an online course that prepares you to quit, then guides you through your Quit Day and the first few weeks of being smokefree.


A website from an alliance of state agencies, public health organizations, and foundations, this site helps you choose among options to develop a free personalized quit plan.


See a list of 600 of the ingredients found in cigarettes. This alone should be enough to quit. Same list can be found on any cigarette manufacturer website.

Talk to someone. Talk, think, quit.


Quitline map of the world. Awesome resource – find one near you. Quitlines are free telephone-based counseling programs that help tobacco users quit. Services offered include coaching and counseling, referrals, mailed materials, Web-based services and, in some instances, free medications such as nicotine replacement therapy (NRT).


List of State, National, Cancer Society, Lung Association 800 numbers to call to talk to a quit smoking counselor


Povides support for men and woman, facts about the effects of smoking, and group meeting schedules.


Provides advice, support and encouragement for those who are trying to quit smoking.

Give me something. Get, think, quit.


Get information about stop smoking products, such as Nicotine Patch, Nicotine Gum, Nicotine Lozenge, Nicotine Inhalor, Zyban, Chantix.


Check if you qualify to get Nicotine Patch or Gum for free.


By prescription only. Find out if CHANTIX stop-smoking drug is right for you.


Learn about alternative methods for quitting smoking. Hypnosis, Acupuncture, Meditaion.

Talk to your doctor. Talk, think, quit.