• From the National Cancer Institute. A resource to help you or someone you care about quit smoking.
  • Information, resources, quizzes, tips, apps, text messaging programs, and other ways to help individuals quit smoking.

Quit Now Kentucky ( or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or text QUITKY to 797979 

  • Cost: Free! For all ages.
  • Live support by phone or online through e-mail, texting or online chat.
  • Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW or Text QUITKY to 797979
  • Visit the website:
  • Nicotine replacement therapy and counseling may be free to some callers.
  • Materials to promote Quit Now KY can be requested by e-mailing

My Life My Quit – provided through National Jewish Health.

  • Youth tobacco and vaping cessation program.
  • Free confidential service helping teens stop vaping, smoking and using tobacco products. For ages 18 and younger.
  • Live support from quitting coaches by phone or online through e-mail, texting or online chat. Five free coaching sessions.
  • Call 855-891-9989 or Text START MY QUIT to 855-891-9989 to begin the program
  • Visit the website to enroll in the program
  • My Life, My Quit now has a short-code for texting. Teens can text "START MY QUIT" to 36072

This is Quitting

The Vape Talk

  • A conversation guide from the American Lung Association for parents and guardians.

Not on Tobacco (N-O-T)

  • For ages 14 to 19.
  • Session based cessation program through the American Lung Association. Taught by trained adults in ten, fifty-minute small group sessions.


  • For Middle and High School students. 
  • Developed by MD Anderson Cancer Center at the University of Texas. 
  • Free bilingual online curriculum for schools, community organizations, and court systems. Includes pre and post-test, quizzes, certification of completion, and a reporting system.

Smokefree Teen

  • For ages 13-19.  
  • Created by the National Cancer Institute. 
  • Offers free tools online, a free app called quitSTART, free text messaging programs, SmokefreeTXT for smoking and vaping, and DipfreeTXT for smokeless tobacco.

The University of Texas MD Anderson Cancer Center Smart Phone Applications