Anne Arundel County Department of Health Free Resources
Sponsored by the Anne Arundel County Department of Health, the Learn To Live program provides information for county residents to make healthy lifestyle choices. County residents can order free materials from Learn To Live by calling 410-222-7979, or visiting AAHealth.org/learntolive to order or download materials.
Click here to learn about Anne Arundel County cessation classes. (Cessation classes are available to adults 18 years or older who live, work or attend school in the county.)
Other Helpful Resources
Maryland Tobacco Quitline: 1-800-QUIT-NOW
- Youth 13 and older can get FREE 24/7 quit-smoking counseling services over the phone, by text or online. Maryland Tobacco Quitline can help youth quit any type of tobacco product or Electronic Smoking Devices. Support is available in English and Spanish.
National Cancer Institute: Smoke-Free Teen
- Online resource to help quit vaping and live vape-free. Check it out at https://teen.smokefree.gov/ and click on quit vaping.
Truth Initiative: This Is Quitting
- Youth 13 to 24 years old who are interested in quitting e-cigarettes can text “DITCHJUUL” to 88709.
- Parents or adults can text “QUIT” to 202-899-7550 to help young people quit.
- National Center For Tobacco-Free Kids — Tobacco prevention website with comprehensive information about tobacco and youth
- Truth Initiative
- Maryland Tobacco Quitline
- Be Tobacco Free
- CDC Youth Tobacco Prevention
- American Cancer Society
- The Quit Net
- Environmental Tobacco — Links to documents about secondhand smoke from the EPA
- Maryland Department of Health “Key Resources on E-cigarettes and Vaping"
- Tobacco Bulletin Board Service — Gives breaking news and provides resources on key documents and historical information about tobacco
- U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, The Real Cost