Tobacco Helpline Continues to Improve Lives of Oklahomans

Mike Seals - December 28, 2020 11:07 pm

The annual evaluation report of the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline, a program of TSET, shows that users continue to be satisfied with its services and the Helpline again exceeded the benchmark quit rate among states with tobacco helplines. Between July 1, 2019 and June 30, 2020, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline registered 28,547 tobacco users for services. Key findings.

“The Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline is one of the top quitlines in the country, and we’re proud to provide a service that helps Oklahomans beat tobacco addiction,” said TSET Executive Director Julie Bisbee. “Oklahomans can have confidence that free services remain available to help Oklahomans conquer all types of tobacco and nicotine addiction.”

The Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline (1-800-QUIT NOW or provides free tools and support to quit tobacco use. Services are available 24/7 and include phone and web coaching, free text messages and email support. Registered callers can also receive at least a two-week supply of free nicotine patches, gum or lozenges.


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