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Support Your Quitter 

Information and Resources

Someone who feels supported is more likely to quit smoking for good. That’s why friends, family members, and significant others can play a big part in helping a person become smokefree. This site includes knowing your relationship style, starting the conversation whether they’ve thought about quitting, and offers live chat. 


Sign a pledge in support of those you want to help:

ADOPT a Tobacco User (PDF)


  • This site provides general hints of Do’s and Don’ts for friends and family to help a smoker quit.
  • Tips for helping someone who is trying to quit and addresses other tobacco products than just smoking.
  • Aside from cheering them on and making yourself available for support, here are some things you can do that will really help.


(Note: Some of these websites are not a medical or government website.)

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