It’s never too late to quit!
Help your patients get the services they need. Check out the cessation resources below.
Visit our EVALI page for guidance on E-Cigarette or Vaping Associated Lung Injury.
- Health Advisory: Evaluating and Reporting Suspected E-cigarette or Vaping Associated Lung Injury (EVALI)
- Vaping-associated Pulmonary Illness
Free Resources to Quit
- Tobacco Cessation Resources for Healthcare Providers
- Telephone Quitlines
- Washington State Quitline: 1 (800) QUIT-NOW: Offers counseling with coaches, as well as nicotine gum and patches. This can depend on your insurance coverage.
- Asian Smokers’ Quitline—They offer free self-help materials, counseling and 2-week nicotine-patch starter kits.
- Web-based app and texting
- Become an Ex: This is an interactive website and texting program. You can develop a plan and get helpful information.
- Smokefree Teen:—Educates teens who are interested in quitting and offers them help.
- Truth Initiative: Texting Cessation Program.
- WA Department of Health: Quit App
Eligibility and Benefits
Coverage and Reimbursement
- Health Education Resource Exchange (HERE) Pregnancy and Tobacco Cessation Professional Guide
- Asian Languages National Quit Line
- Tobacco Education Clearinghouse of California (TECC)
Staff Training and Certification
- WebMD Medscape Public Health and Prevention – filter on “tobacco cessation”
- Tobacco Quitter
- Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC) Tobacco Cessation Program
Electronic cigarettes (e-cigarettes) are battery-powered devices that can deliver nicotine and flavorings to the user in the form of an aerosol. E-cigarettes come in many shapes and sizes. This is also referred to as vaping or JUULing.
- E-cigarettes: A Practical, Evidence-based Guide for Advanced Practice Nurses
- JUULing: What Pediatricians and Families Need to Know
- E-cigarette fact sheet for physicians
- E-cigarette reference guide
- E-cigarette and vapor toolkit