• Nearly 70% of adults who smoke want to quit.*
  • Fewer than 1 in 3 adults who try to quit smoking use a proven treatment method.*
  • In Fulton County, nearly 50% of current smokers report that they had stopped smoking for at least a day in the past year because they were trying to quit smoking.**

YOU have a role to play in helping tobacco users quit.

*National data provided on from Smoking Cessation: A Report of the Surgeon General

**Local data from the 2019 Fulton County Health Assessment

Ask, Advise, Refer (AAR) Training

AAR Training will teach you how you can support

tobacco users who are ready to quit.

HC3 offers free in-person or online AAR Training sessions.  

Email us to learn about upcoming training dates or

to schedule a training at your organization. 

Ohio Quitline support

Quitting tobacco is a process that takes courage, time, and energy. It can sometimes take several attempts to learn the best way to stay quit for good. The Ohio Quitline program will help tobacco users deal with the emotional, behavioral, and physical parts that make quitting so hard. The quitline provides guidance and support throughout the entire tobacco quit process.  


To Learn more about these programs click here.

To enroll now online click here or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

Local cessation service provider list

Please see the attached provider list for local resources to help quit using tobacco products.