In-Person Quit Help

In-person support can double your chances of successfully quitting.

It’s easier to quit when you have someone to help you along the way. 802Quits has local Vermont Quit Partners available in communities throughout Vermont.

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A Quit Tip from the Vermont Quit Partners Rose and Sarah

Meet Rose and Sarah, part of a statewide network of people committed to helping you quit tobacco successfully. More and more Vermonters are trying to quit smoking, and many are trying to do it alone. People who are trying to quit smoking say that what helps the most are encouragement, using a plan, and having great tools. The Vermont Quit Partners are here to help you set up a plan and work with you to succeed. There are Quit Partners all across Vermont available to provide support and motivation to help you through the quitting process.

Featured Vermont Quit Partners

SarahSarah Cosgrove
scosgrove@rrmc.org
802-747-3768
Rutland Regional Medical Center
Community Health Team
160 Allen Street
Rutland, VT 05701
SarahRose Sheehan
r.sheehan@nvrh.org
802-748-7532
Northeastern Vermont Regional Hospital
1315 Hospital Drive
St. Johnsbury, VT 05819

Vermont Quit Partners will help you set your quit date and prepare you to quit. By working with a Vermont Quit Partner, you can have free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT), like gum, patches and lozenges shipped directly to your home. When you combine NRT, like gum or patches, with the support of a Vermont Quit Partner, you double your chances of successfully quitting. And once you’ve quit, your Quit Partner can help you with advice and support.

Find a Vermont Quit Partner in your area.

Additional Community Support Partners

Mike BenselMike Bensel
lgbtquits@pridecentervt.org
802-860-7812
Pride Center of Vermont
Health & Wellness Program Coordinator
255 So Champlain Street, Suite 12
Burlington, VT 05401

Mike Bensel is the Health and Wellness Coordinator for Pride Center of Vermont and a Vermont Quit Partner. Pride Center of Vermont is a community center, located in Burlington, which works to improve the lives of Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Vermonters. Quit in-person classes are held at the Pride Center. All are welcome to attend.