When you call the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line, you’ll speak with a Quit Line coach. They will help you develop a plan that’s right for you. They won’t judge you. Many are former smokers who have been in the same boat before. They’ll ask you several questions, such as how much you smoke or chew, what motivates you to quit and when you want to quit.
Research shows it’s often helpful to set a quit date a few days or weeks in the future, rather than trying to do so right away. This will allow you the time to fully prepare for quitting.
Your Quit Line coach will:
Help you prepare to quit smoking.
Set a quit date.
Tailor the service to your needs. For details, click here.
Our Quit Line coaches have extensive training in telephone coaching. Many are former smokers who know what it’s like to quit tobacco use. All have college degrees in health education or psychology. Many have master’s degrees in these fields.