Indiana Tobacco Quitline
There's Never Been a Better Time to Quit!
Free Help to Quit Tobacco
Recent price increases in tobacco products are serving as a powerful reason for more and more smokers to try to quit.
Are you ready to improve your health and save money by quitting tobacco? Then call the Indiana Tobacco Quitline, your best resource for free, professional help and support.
When you call the Quitline, you'll talk with a trained Quit Coach who understands what you're going through and can work with you to develop an individualized quit plan that meets your specific needs.
For more information, visit www.indianatobaccoquitline.net. Or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW from 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 a.m. ET, seven days a week and take your first step to a healthier, tobacco-free life.
If you are interested in a personal visit and presentation about the Indiana Tobacco Quitline and its free services, please call me or email me. I will work with your schedule.
Community Relations Director
Indiana Rural Health Association
812/478-3919, ext. 222
Other Important Information:
Some promoters have said e-cigarettes are a healthier alternative to smoking cigarettes and are a good cessation tool. These are both false statements; e-cigarettes are addictive, unsafe and not recommended to help people quit. Read the facts about e-cigarettes here.
Who enforces the law? The Alcohol & Tobacco Commission is the primary enforcement agency. Additionally, the Indiana State Department of Health, a local health department, a health and hospital corporation (Marion County), the Division of Fire and Building Safety, and any law enforcement officer may enforce the law.