Smoking Cessation Resources

Cigarette smoking is a difficult habit to break – just ask the one in five Georgians who smoke cigarettes. Seventy percent of those smokers say they want to quit but only six percent of smokers who say they’ve tried to quit in the last year were successful.

The good news is, studies show that smokers who get support have a greater chance of quitting smoking.  Take advantage of some of Piedmont’s support services and view a list of classes and support groups that we offer.

View List of Classes and Support Groups

Online Support

American Lung Association
The American Lung Association provides online Freedom from Smoking classes to help users quit smoking. Call 1-800-LUNGUSA or visit the website.

American Cancer Society
The American Cancer Society has information regarding quitting smoking on its website. Call 1-800-227-2345.

Telephone Counseling

Georgia Tobacco Quit Line
The Georgia Tobacco Quit Line is a public health service funded by the Georgia Department of Public Health that provides free smoking cessation counseling services to Georgia adults, pregnant women, and teens. The Quit Line is available 24/7, 365 days of the year. 1-877-270-STOP