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Freedom From Smoking

Freedom From Smoking

The American Lung Association has been helping people quit smoking for over 35 years through Freedom From Smoking®. Ranked as one of the most effective cessation programs in the country, Freedom From Smoking has helped hundreds of thousands of people quit smoking for good and is now available in a variety of formats.

Freedom From Smoking Plus

Quit smoking with the click of a button through the new Freedom From Smoking Plus. A user-friendly interface helps you create a personal quit smoking plan on your desktop, tablet, or smartphone. Through interactive features that include videos, quizzes, and activities, Freedom From Smoking Plus walks you through the quitting process and offers a surround sound of support from our Lung HelpLine counselors and other quitters through our online community. See a free demo of this program at FreedomFromSmoking.org.

Freedom From Smoking: The Guide to Help You Quit Smoking

Work through a quit smoking attempt, on your own time, at your own pace, and on your own through the Freedom From Smoking self-help guide. It’s available in English and Spanish, and you can lean on the support of the Lung HelpLine and online community whenever you need it. Call 1-800-LUNGUSA to order Freedom From Smoking: The Guide to Help You Quit Smoking today.

Online Support Community

Chat and connect with other quitters who understand what you are going through on our Inspire.com online community, Quit Now: Freedom From Smoking®. Signing up for a profile is quick, easy, and free to access at any time. Start a conversation and meet other quitters, share your quit date, and see if there are others who are quitting at the same time. Moderated by Lung HelpLine staff, the online community is a supportive and helpful resource throughout your quit attempt and beyond.

To learn more about the program, please visit www.FreedomFromSmoking.org. For more information, contact your local American Lung Association office.