Please use this guide to find local resources in your efforts to stop using tobacco. Within minutes of quitting, your body begins to feel better and repair damage. You can:
- Lower your chance of having a heart attack, stroke, cancer, or early death.
- Pregnant women can protect their baby by quitting.
- Parents can improve their children’s health by avoiding secondhand smoke.
Nicotine is highly addictive. Quitting can be tough, but you can do it with support! Contact one of the agencies listed for more tobacco cessation information and get started to a life of better health!
Carroll County General Health District
Tobacco Cessation Packets available
Amy Campbell, BS, Health Educator | (330) 627-4357 | More info
Ohio Tobacco Quit Line
Pregnant women, uninsured and Medicaid recipients are eligible for this service. Toll-Free telephone counseling in the privacy of your own home. Free NRT available to eligible callers.
1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) | ohio.quitlogix.org
Mercy Medical Center - Canton, OH
“Tobacco-Free U” Free group or individual sessions available. Contact Mercy’s Pulmonary Rehabilitation Department.
(330) 430-2759 | www.cantonmercy.org/smoking-cessation
Aultman Hospital - Canton, Ohio
“Give It Up” Free group sessions are held for one hour, once a week, for six weeks. Contact: Aultman’s Cardiac Rehab Department (Bedford Building)
(330) 363-7848 | www.aultman.org/healthwellness/Wellness-Resources/GiveItUp.aspx
Alliance Community Hospital - Alliance, Ohio
Free group sessions that meet 3 consecutive Tuesdays for smoking cessation.
Trinity Hospital Twin City - Dennison, Ohio
(740) 922-2800 | www.trinitytwincity.org
Trinity Health Systems - Steubenville, Ohio
Speaker’s Bureau available for group presentations at no cost.
American Lung Association
Freedom From Smoking online program: www.ffsonline.org