Lake Cumberland District Health Department - Programs | Tobacco Prevention and Cessation | Quitline


Kentucky’s Tobacco Quitline is a free, statewide, telephone based tobacco cessation service.
Quitline


The quitline offers:

           •    one-on-one proactive counseling for tobacco users who are ready to quit
           •    support for people who want to stop smoking or using other tobacco products
           •    information on tobacco dependence for health care professionals
           •    and, information about local resources to help tobacco users quit


The free quitline service is available to everyone in Kentucky age 15 and over who wants to break his or her addiction to tobacco. Services are available in English and Spanish at the time of the call. Counseling in other languages is available free through a third party translation service. Services are also available for the deaf and hard-of-hearing.  TTY: 888-229-2182


Quitline hours of operation are flexible to meet nearly everyone’s needs. Counselors are available Monday through Sunday 8:00 am to 1:00 am EST - 119 hours a week.


This resource is funded through the Kentucky Department for Public Health’s Tobacco Prevention and Cessation Program. For more information, please read the fact sheet on the quit line in English or Spanish (note Adobe Acrobat is required to read the fact sheet).