Tobacco Program 
Kane County Health Department has partnered with seven local healthcare agencies for
Kane County Quits, sponsored by Pfizer. Kane County Quits is a county-wide effort encouraging the community to help put an end to smoking. The goal of Kane County Quits is to connect tobacco-users with the countless resources available just around the corner.
Kane County Quits flyer                 Kane County Quits Infographic Poster
Start your journey to quitting tobacco here:
The Quitline is
FREE & completely confidential
Convenient hours of operation:
DAILY— 7 a.m. to 11 p.m.
(Central Time)
Staffed by registered nurses,
respiratory therapists, and
certified tobacco treatment specialists

 Access to more than 200 languages
TDD for the deaf and hard of hearing
The services are unlimited—clients
can call as often as they need to

Call:  1-866-QUIT-YES         Website

Visit the Kane Quits page on Facebook HERE
American Cancer Society
Information Services
1-800-227-2345  (English & Spanish)

American Heart Association
Information Services
1-800-AHA-USA1  (242-8721)
(English & Spanish)

American Lung Association
Information Services and online Freedom From Smoking
1-800-LUNG-USA (586-4872)
(English & Spanish)

Centers for Disease Control & Prevention  Information Services
1-800-CDC-1311  (232-1311)
(English & Spanish)
TTY: 1-877-232-1010

National Cancer Institute  www.smokefree.gov & www.cancer.gov  Counseling, On-Line Support, and
  Information  1-877-44U-QUIT
  TTY: 1-800-332-8615

QuitNet.com On-line information, support, and interactive tools to help people quit smoking.
Area Hospitals provide
tobacco cessation resources and classes:
Presence Mercy Medical Center

 Rush-Copley Medical Center

Presence Saint Joseph Hospital

Sherman Hospital, Elgin

Northwestern Medicine Delnor Hospital
  For a list Cessation Classes
at these hospitals for 2016

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