In the beginning, it’s about freedom and independence. Then it’s a way to relax or relieve stress. But it doesn’t take long for tobacco to become a
deadly habit. The good news is there are services, medication, and a whole support system ready to help you quit. If you are ready to quit, thinking
about quitting, or know someone who wants to quit, here are the ways we can help:

If you are unsure about which service to choose, click here to see a side by side comparison on what each service has to offer.

Phone Coaching

A phone call is all it takes. The first call to the QuitLine is to enroll in the program. The call will take
approximately 10 – 15 minutes. Follow the steps below to register for the QuitLine Phone Coaching program.

Step 1: Call 1.866.SD-QUITS (1.866.737.8487)

Step 2: A trained coach will walk you through a brief set of questions to get you registered.

Step 3: As soon as you are registered, your coaching sessions will begin. You will receive up to four
scheduled phone sessions with your coach and extra support as needed.

The QuitLine is open Monday-Friday from 7 a.m. to 11 p.m. Central time, and Saturday from 8 a.m.
to 5 p.m. Central time. Voicemail is available 24 hours a day, seven days per week with a return call
the next business day.

Looking for free medication?
These products are only available to those who are enrolled in the QuitLine Phone Coaching program.
To begin phone coaching enrollment, call 1-866.SD-QUITS (1.866.737.8487).

Click here for a more detailed explanation of what to expect once you have enrolled in the QuitLine Phone
Coaching program.