Whether you want to quit, want to help somebody quit, or just want more information - start here. These free books have been reviewed by independent experts and are based on the best available science about quitting smoking.
The first booklet is For Smokers Who Want to Quit.
This booklet can help you prepare to quit and also can help you to stay on track (or get back on track) after you've quit smoking.
The second booklet is For Smokers Who Don't Want to Quit.
This is the place to start if you're thinking about making changes to your smoking. There are self-help exercises and discussions about common concerns and the benefits of quitting.
The third booklet is Help A Smoker Quit.
If you're looking for ways to help someone else, this will give you solid tips. Or if you'd like to give tips to friends and family so that they can better support you with your
quit, this is an excellent way to get that conversation started.
Finally, there are a few shorter booklets available by mail by calling Smokers' Helpline (1-877-513-5333): The Benefits of Quitting for People With Cancer,
and a pamphlet about second- and third-hand smoke called Clear the Air.
Last modified on 11 Mar 2019 15:11 by efram, quit coach