Get Help to Quit Smoking

Quitting smoking is the single most important step a smoker can take to improve the length and quality of his or her life. Stopping smoking can be tough but smokers don’t have to quit alone. The American Lung Association has lots of options to help adult and teen smokers quit for good.

Smoking Cessation Trust (SCT)

In late 2011, the judgment of a class action lawsuit titled Scott v. American Tobacco Company 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"), a court-established and court-supervised smoking cessation program to benefit Louisiana residents who began their smoking habit before September 1, 1988.

If you are approved as a member of the Scott class,  SCT will arrange for you to receive, at no cost, any of the following cessation services:

  • cessation medications

  • individual/group cessation counseling

  •  telephone quit-line support, and/or intensive cessation support services

For more information visit Smoking Cessation Trust's website.

Quit With Us, Louisiana

Quit With Us, Louisiana is a one-stop site full of contacts, resources, and helpful hints. You can enroll online or call 1-800-QUIT-NOW.

American Lung Association Cessation Programs

To help adult smokers quit, the American Lung Association offers several programs. By using these services, evidence suggests that you will increase the success rate of your attempts to stop smoking, and successfully quit for good!

Find out more information.