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If you are ready to say goodbye to tobacco in 2018, we hope that the local quit smoking resources below will help you as you begin your journey to a healthier life!

Quitting smoking gives you your freedom back

Throughout California

California Smokers’ Helpline
Weekdays, 7:00 a.m. to 9:00 p.m.
Weekends, 9:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.
1-800-NO-BUTTS (1-800-662-8887)

Breathe California’s Ash Kickers Program
For this winter, our Ash Kickers quit smoking program
can be tailored for individuals, as well as for corporate sites.
Please call us for more information: (650) 994-5868 extension 303.

San Mateo County

Mills-Peninsula Hospital (Sutter Health)
1501 Trousdale Street, Burlingame
Call It Quits, Mondays, 6:30-7:30 p.m.
For information, call: (650) 696-4308

Kaiser Permanente, 395 Hickey Boulevard, Daly City
Freedom From Tobacco, starting in September, Tuesdays 6:00-7:30 p.m.
For information, call: (650) 301-4445

Kaiser Permanente, 1140 Veterans Boulevard, Redwood City
Freedom From Tobacco, upcoming Wednesdays at 6:00 p.m.
For information, call: (650) 299-2433

Health Plan of San Mateo
Contact HPSM’s Health Educator for information.
For information, call: (650) 616-2165

For more general smoking cessation and lung health information, visit our list of San Mateo County Resources.

San Francisco

University of California, San Francisco
Fontana Tobacco Treatment Center
Tuesdays, 5:30-7:00 p.m., 1600 Divisadero Street
For information, call: (415) 885-7895

San Francisco General Hospital
Commit to Quit, Tuesdays, 5:30-7:30 p.m.
2550 23rd Street, Building 40, 5th Floor, San Francisco
For information, call: (415) 206-6074

San Francisco Health Plan
Resources listed throughout San Francisco at http://www.sfhp.org/providers/health-wellness/health-education-classes/smoking/

Kaiser San Francisco
Kaiser locations in San Francisco use the Kaiser Daly City quit smoking classes.
For information, call: (650) 301-4445

California Pacific Medical Center (Sutter Health)
Duboce Avenue at Castro Street, San Francisco
For information, call: (415) 600-6000

For more general smoking cessation and lung health information, visit our list of San Francisco Resources.

Contra Costa County

Kaiser Permanente
200 Muir Road, Martinez
For information, call: (925) 372-1000

Kaiser Permanente
4501 Sand Creek Road, Antioch
For information, call: (925) 813-6500

Or call Kaiser Permanente Health Education: (866) 248-0721

For cessation resources at Richmond Kaiser Permanente
call Alita Alee, Health Educator (510) 307-2210

Nicotine Anonymous – Contra Costa County
Information line: (510) 658-5323

For more general smoking cessation and lung health information, visit our list of Contra Costa County Resources.

North Bay

Nicotine Anonymous
Marin County information line: (415) 995-1938
Groups in Terra Linda and San Rafael

Sonoma and Napa County information line:
Keith – (707) 528-6213

Kaiser Permanente
99 Montecillo Road, San Rafael
For information, call: (415) 444-2000
Or call Health Education: (415) 444-2173

Kaiser Permanente
401 Bicentennial Way, Santa Rosa
For information, call: (707) 393-4000

Kaiser Permanente
3900 Lakeville Highway, Petaluma
For information, call: (707) 765-3960

Kaiser Permanente
3285 Claremont Way, Napa
For information, call: (707) 258-4490

The Community Smoking Cessation Project (CSCP) – Napa County
Stop Smoking Clinic, (707) 261-6771

St. Helena Center for Health
10 Woodland Road
St. Helena, CA 94574
(800) 358-9195 or (707) 963-6475

General Resources

  • Tobacco-Free Life – A resource for smoking cessation and was created by anti-smoking advocates in collaboration with tobacco control experts and smoking cessation professionals and with feedback from ex-smokers.

For more general smoking cessation and lung health information, visit our list of resources for Marin, Sonoma, and Napa Counties.