How do I get help to quit smoking?

Here are two of the options available to help individuals who wish to quit using tobacco:

Call the Maine Tobacco HelpLine. The HelpLine offers supportive, confidential, free phone support for those thinking about quitting or who want to quit using tobacco.  Eligible callers may qualify for nicotine replacement therapy (i.e.: gum) through the Medication Voucher Program.   The number to call is  1-800-207-1230

Make an appointment with your healthcare provider to discuss options for treatment and support. 

Check out this list of tobacco treatment services organized by county:

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1. What is secondhand smoke?
2. How is smoking defined?
3. Where is smoking prohibited (not allowed)?
4. Is smoking allowed on school playgrounds?
5. How will the ordinance be enforced and what is the penalty for violating the ordinance?
6. Why won’t designated smoking areas work?
7. Does this ordinance infringe on someone’s choice to smoke?
8. Do other places in Maine and the nation have smoke-free parks ordinances?
9. Who do I contact for more information?
10. How do I get help to quit smoking?