Tobacco Cessation | Health Services
Kick the habit! Join one of our tobacco cessation classes or visit the other resources on this page to finally be tobacco-free.

Stepping Away from Chew

Stepping Away from Chew is a program designed to assist those who are interested in giving up their chewing tobacco risky behavior. The program is complete with Quit Spit Kits, information on the latest prescription medications, facts on the ill effects of tobacco use on the mouth, and nutrition and exercise tips for starting your new tobacco-free lifestyle.

Using Smokeless Tobacco is gambling with your health
To obtain your free "Quit Spit Kit" call 308-345-4223 or E-mail info@swhealth.ne.gov
Quit Spit Kits contain quitting strategies and tips, nutrition information, 1-800-Quit-Now wallet card, gum, mints, games and healthy snacks.

Freedom From Smoking Classes

Freedom From Smoking tobacco cessation clinics are held periodically. Call our office for time and location near you.

Please contact our office anytime to receive individual assistance in helping you to quit smoking.

Resources

Quit Smoking Brochure
Quit Spit Brochure

Nebraska Tobacco Quitline

Want to try to quit without a program? Call the Quit Line at 1-800-QUIT-NOW for individual counseling and materials to assist in your cessation decision. Visit there website to more information.

Tobacco Free Nebraska
Nebraska's comprehensive tobacco control program that targets youth prevention, cessation, eliminating secondhand smoke exposure, and disparities related to tobacco use and its effects among different population groups.

Quit Smoking - American Lung Association
Fact sheets, data, smoking cessation information, second hand smoke facts.

American Cancer Society- Stay Away From Tobacco
Quitting tobacco is not easy, but it can be done. Whether you're a smoker, someone who uses smokeless tobacco, or just someone trying to help a friend or loved one, you'll find the information you need in this section.

National Institute of Dental and Craniofacial Research
A guide for quitting spit tobacco.

Centers for Disease Control
Resources to help you quit smoking and using spit tobacco. 

National Cancer Institute
What you need to know about oral cancer.

The Oral Cancer Foundation
Oral cancer facts and the connection between oral cancer and tobacco use.