Montana Quit Smoking Hotline and Free Phone Counseling
Montana Tobacco Quit Line
For Residents of:
Who is eligible for services?:
For these types of tobacco users:
Smokers and Smokeless Users (Dip and Chew)
Types of Services Available:
Free Phone Counseling: Yes
Multiple Sessions: Yes
Single Sessions: Yes
Self-Help Materials: Yes
Will Help Pregnant Smokers Quit: Yes
Provide free quitting medications?:
Nicotine Patches: Yes
Nicotine Gum: Yes
Nicotine Lozenges: Yes
Small Text Price Checker Ad:
- Not eligible for a full-course of Free Medications?
- Save some money by using the Price Checker
Notes about free medications:
Appropriate candidates are eligible for four free weeks of above medications.
Give discounts on quitting medications?:
Nicotine Patches: No
Nicotine Gum: No
Nicotine Lozenges: No
Nicotine Inhaler: No
Notes about discount medications:
May have copay charges. Call for info.
Quitline Phone Number:
1(800) QUIT-NOW (+1-8007848669)
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