Lamoille Valley Nicotine Quit Help Resources
Whatever approach you take. Know that help is available, you are not alone, and the work of quitting will be worth it!
VT Helplink is your statewide, public resource for finding substance use treatment and recovery services in Vermont. Helplink services are free and confidential. Our caring, trained Specialists will help you or your loved one take a step toward recovery. Visit https://vthelplink.org/ to get started.
Lamoille United Way
Community resource hub for the Lamoille Valley area. Visit https://uwlamoille.org/get-help.
SAMHSA National Helpline
Call 1-800-662-HELP (4357). SAMHSA’s National Helpline is a free, confidential, 24/7, 365-day-a-year treatment referral and information service (in English and Spanish) for individuals and families facing mental and/or substance use disorders. Also visit the online treatment locator.
For more community resources, visit Healthy Lamoille Valley’s resource page here.
Local Quit Groups for Young Adults and Adults
Quit Nicotine Workshops
Do you smoke cigarettes? Chew tobacco? Vape nicotine? Are you ready to quit? These free workshops are designed to help you quit nicotine. Participants meet once a week for 4 weeks. Free nicotine replacement available. Learn more at www.MyHealthyVT.org.
Tobacco Support Group
North Central Vermont Recovery Center in Morrisville
Mondays from 3:00 – 4:00pm
Do you smoke cigarettes? Chew tobacco? Vape nicotine? Are you trying to quit? We are starting a non-judgmental, highly supportive, open and welcoming support group for people who are trying to quit. This group meets in person. For more information, call Dawn Palladino at 802-851-8120 or visit NCVRC online or in person at 275 Brooklyn Street, Suite 2 in Morrisville.
Resources for Teens and Young Adults
Area Medical Offices
Consult with your doctor or pediatrician. Many local practices have a CHT (community health team) program that can provide free services. Your doctor will be able to manage expectations around the medical perspectives of quitting. In the state of Vermont, youth ages 13 and over can seek mental health and substance use treatment on their own behalf without parental consent or direct notification. In most cases we recommend parent involvement for increased support in quitting.
Contacts at Area Offices
Victoria Foster – Community Resource Coordinator Hardwick Health Center
802-472-3300 | firstname.lastname@example.org
Sarah Pecor – Cambridge Family Practice Associates
802-644-5114 | cambridgefamilypractice.com | email@example.com
A counselor can support you as you make a plan to quit. You can check with your school nurse, visit your counseling center, or contact these area service providers.
Lamoille Behavioral Health and Wellness is a designated agency for substance misuse treatment, their board-certified Psychiatrist and experienced Licensed Clinicians provide quality mental health and substance use counseling services for adults, couples, adolescents, families, and children.. Call 802-888-8320 or visit them online at www.lamoillehealthpartners.org.
Wellspring Mental Health and Wellness Center is an association of private practitioners who offer mental health counseling for adults,couples, adolescents, children and families, serving the greater Hardwick area. Call 802-472-6694 or visit them online at wellspringvt.org.
802Quits.com (for kids 13 and older) – Vermont’s Quit Resource
There are many things you can do to improve your chances of success. Working with a Vermont Quit Partner or Quitline Coach increases your chances of successfully quitting. By Phone, 1-800-QUIT-NOW, call or text. Free one-on-one coaching for ages 13 and older. Quitline Coaches are available 24/7, with additional support via email and text. Includes free patches, gum and lozenges. Online at 802quits.org, quit on your own with help from online tools and resources like message boards. Includes free patches, gum and lozenges. Free for ages 13 and older.
My Life, My Quit™
My Life, My Quit™ is a free and confidential service for those 13-17 who want to quit all forms of tobacco and vaping and also offers resources for parents who want to take an active role in their teen’s quit journey. Participants receive access to Tobacco Cessation Coaches with specialized training in adolescent tobacco prevention. Coaching helps teens develop a quit plan, identify triggers, practice refusal skills and receive ongoing support for changing behaviors. Enroll online at vt.mylifemyquit.org or Text ‘Start My Quit’ to 36072.
Text-based Quit Programs
This is Quitting
Teens and young adults sign up to receive free messages designed to build confidence and skills to quit vaping. Teens and young adults ages 13-24 can text in “VtVapeFree” to 88709 to enroll. Learn more at truthinitiative.org/thisisquitting.