Lung Cancer

Frequently Asked Questions

11. Where can I get free help to quit smoking?

The sooner a person quits smoking the better. Even if you have been smoking for many years, it's never too late to benefit from quitting.

Here are some free resources that may help you.

Smoking Quit Lines

LiveHelp Online Chat

Get free information and advice about quitting smoking through a confidential online text chat with an information specialist from NCI's Cancer Information Service. Visit LiveHelp, available Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time.

Smokefree.gov

This Web site offers science-driven tools, information, and support that have been effective in helping smokers quit. Visit Smokefree.gov. Also, check out Clear Horizons, a quit smoking guide for people 50 and older.

Smokefree Women

Try the Smokefree Women Web site for information on how to quit smoking. The site covers smoking-related topics that are often important to women, such as weight management and stress, and tells how to contact experts and find other resources.