Remember that everyone's quit story is different. What works for one, might not always work for another. Don't give up. You can do this, Louisiana! http://quitwithusla.org/
In late 2011, the judgment in a 14 year old class action lawsuit entitled Scott v.
American Tobacco Company became final. That judgment ordered certain tobacco companies
to fund a statewide 10-year smoking cessation program to benefit more than 200,000
Louisiana smokers who are members of the plaintiff class (the "Scott Class"). The
recipient of the award was not a single nor group of individuals, but a court-established
and court-supervised smoking cessation program to benefit Louisiana residents who
began their smoking habit before September 1, 1988.The tobacco companies have since
deposited the funds with the Court and the Smoking Cessation Trust ("SCT") has been
established, all pursuant to the judgment.
If you are approved as a MEMBER of the SCOTT CLASS, SCT will arrange for you to receive, at no cost to you, any of the following cessation services: cessation medications, individual / group cessation counseling, telephone quit-line support, and/or Intensive cessation support services. By using these services, evidence suggests that you will increase the success rate of your attempts to stop smoking, and successfully quit - for good!
If you are currently a Louisiana resident, started smoking prior to September 1, 1988, and desire to stop smoking cigarettes, APPLY FOR SCOTT CLASS MEMBERSHIP TODAY! We'll notify you upon your approval for Membership in the Scott Class
The American Lung Association supports the quitter in you, and we're here for you every step of the way with tools, tips and support. The important thing is to keep trying to quit, until you quit for good. http://www.quitterinyou.org/
Freedom From Smoking® Online, or FFS Online, is a program specifically designed for
adults, like you, who want to quit smoking. It's an adaptation of the American Lung
Association's gold standard, group clinic that has helped thousands of smokers to
quit for good.
This is a free, comprehensive online program offered by the CDC. It offers optional texting with a counselor from the National Cancer Institute. 1.877.44U.QUIT (448.7848) or www.smokefree.gov.
An individually tailored online program from National Alliance for Tobacco Cessation. Free to everyone at www.becomeanex.org.
The US Surgeon General has said, "Smoking cessation [stopping smoking] represents the single most important step that smokers can take to enhance the length and quality of their lives."
It's hard to quit smoking, but you can do it. To have the best chance of quitting and staying a non-smoker, you need to know what you're up against, what your options are, and where to go for help. You'll find this information at http://www.cancer.org/healthy/stayawayfromtobacco/guidetoquittingsmoking/index
A web-based smokeless tobacco cessation project. This website is funded by a grant
from the National Cancer Institute to evaluate ways to help people quit using smokeless