Michigan Tobacco Quitline Fact Sheet

Hours: 24 hours a day

Callers can leave a message for a return call within 2 business days

Quit Line’s Free Services Include:

  • Information and referrals to local quit-tobacco resources and services.
  • Text messaged or emailed tips for quitting.
  • Information for those concerned about a tobacco user.
  • Telephone coaching for Michigan residents with Medicare, Medicaid, County Health Insurance Plans, Veterans Insurance or who are uninsured.
    • Enrollees will receive personalized advice on how to quit, information on medications, and assistance with choosing a quit date and creating a quit plan.
    • Enrollees receive four coaching calls during their quit attempt.  They can also contact the Quitline between calls as needed.
  • Eight weeks of free medications (nicotine patch, gun or lozenge) for qualified enrollees.

How to reach us:

  • Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW, 1-800-784-8669 or 1-855-DEJELO-YA, 1-855-335-3569
  • Services are also available in Arabic by calling 1-800-784-8669
  • Callers wishing to speak with an American Indian Coach may call 1-855-372-0037
  • Visit https://michigan.quitlogix.org/enrollment/default.aspx and click on Enroll Now.  A Quitline coach will call you shortly.

Helping Smokers Quit:

  • Over 100,000 callers since October 2003.

The Quitline Saves Dollars:

  • The CDC estimates that Michigan saves $1,623 per year in healthcare costs for each smoker that quits.
  • About the Quitline:  The Quitline is funded by the Michigan Department of Health and Human Services.
  • Quitline services are provided by National Jewish Health.
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