Quit Smoking For You. Quit For Life.

Start Your Journey To Quit (For NJ Residents Only)

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Mom’s Quit Connection (MQC) provides free, one-on-one counseling for pregnant, postpartum women and mothers of young children who want to quit smoking. A qualified Quit Coach works with you one-on-one to help you start thinking about quitting smoking and create your individual quit plan. Quit Coaches are available to meet with you, at your convenience face-to-face or by phone. MQC also offers small rewards to help you celebrate your achievements and success throughout every step of your journey.

Mom’s Quit Connection (MQC) provides free, one-on-one counseling for pregnant, postpartum women and mothers of young children who want to quit smoking. A qualified Quit Coach works with you one-on-one to help you start thinking about quitting smoking and create your individual quit plan. Quit Coaches are available to meet with you, at your convenience face-to-face or by phone. MQC also offers small rewards to help you celebrate your achievements and success throughout every step of your journey.

Mom’s Quit Connection (MQC) provides free, one-on-one counseling for pregnant, postpartum women and mothers of young children who want to quit smoking. A qualified Quit Coach works with you one-on-one to help you start thinking about quitting smoking and create your individual quit plan. Quit Coaches are available to meet with you, at your convenience face-to-face or by phone. MQC also offers small rewards to help you celebrate your achievements and success throughout every step of your journey.

A trained Quit Coach can help answer any smoking-related questions or concerns you have. MQC Quit Coaches listen without judgement, and you do not need to be ready to quit smoking in order to begin the program.

Call us at
888-545-5191

A trained Quit Coach can help answer any smoking-related questions or concerns you have. MQC Quit Coaches listen without judgement, and you do not need to be ready to quit smoking in order to begin the program.

Call us at
888-545-5191

visit
http://women.smokefree.gov/smokefree-mom.aspx
for free, mobile and online tools
to help you successfully quit!

visit
http://women.smokefree.gov/
smokefree-mom.aspx

for free, mobile and online tools
to help you successfully quit!

Keeping your home smoke free is one of the best ways to keep your children healthy. The New Jersey Quitline offers free telephone counseling to NJ residents who do not qualify for Mom’s Quit services. The New Jersey Quitline also offers a free two week supply of nicotine patches for qualified callers. For more information, contact the New Jersey Quitline at NJQuitline.org or at 1-866-657-8677.

Keeping your home smoke free is one of the best ways to keep your children healthy. The New Jersey Quitline offers free telephone counseling to NJ residents who do not qualify for Mom’s Quit services. The New Jersey Quitline also offers a free two week supply of nicotine patches for qualified callers. For more information, contact the New Jersey Quitline at NJQuitline.org or at 1-866-657-8677.

Did you know that exposure to second hand smoke is the 2nd biggest risk factor
in cases of unexplained sudden infant death(SIDS)?

Often moms are able to quit smoking during their pregnancy, but struggle to stay quit once the baby is born. We know that being a mom can be difficult at times, and you may feel that it’s just not the right time to quit. But actually, it’s the PERFECT time – to keep your baby healthy and reduce the risk of tobacco related illness.

Did you know that exposure to second hand smoke is the 2nd biggest risk factor in cases of unexplained sudden infant death(SIDS)?

Often moms are able to quit smoking during their pregnancy, but struggle to stay quit once the baby is born. We know that being a mom can be difficult at times, and you may feel that it’s just not the right time to quit. But actually, it’s the PERFECT time – to keep your baby healthy and reduce the risk of tobacco related illness.

Did you know that exposure to second hand smoke is the 2nd biggest risk factor in cases of unexplained sudden infant death?(SIDS)

Often moms are able to quit smoking during their pregnancy, but struggle to stay quit once the baby is born. We know that being a mom can be difficult at times, and you may feel that it’s just not the right time to quit. But actually, it’s the PERFECT time – to keep your baby healthy and reduce the risk of tobacco related illness.

Trying to quit smoking?

MQC encourages smokers to identify their smoking triggers or what causes them to smoke. Common triggers are stress, drinking alcohol or being around other smokers. Counselors work with clients to take control of their triggers, creating personalized plans and strategies to decrease the number of cigarettes they smoke, with the overall goal of becoming smoke free.

Within minutes of quitting smoking the body starts to heal. Download MQC’s Timeline of Quitting & see what health benefits you can expect to gain.

Trying to quit smoking?

MQC encourages smokers to identify their smoking triggers or what causes them to smoke. Common triggers are stress, drinking alcohol or being around other smokers. Counselors work with clients to take control of their triggers, creating personalized plans and strategies to decrease the number of cigarettes they smoke, with the overall goal of becoming smoke free.

Within minutes of quitting smoking the body starts to heal. Download MQC’s Timeline of Quitting & see what health benefits you can expect to gain.

Secondhand Smoke

Smoking isn’t just harmful to smokers, but also to the ones they love. Children living with smokers are more likely to get asthma attacks, ear infections, and serious respiratory illnesses like pneumonia and bronchitis due to secondhand smoke. Second hand smoke is the smoke from the end of a cigarette and the smoke breathed out by a smoker. This smoke has over 4,000 harmful chemicals that get trapped in children’s lungs when they breathe, causing serious and long-lasting health issues.

Protect the ones you love

Secondhand Smoke

Smoking isn’t just harmful to smokers, but also to the ones they love. Children living with smokers are more likely to get asthma attacks, ear infections, and serious respiratory illnesses like pneumonia and bronchitis due to secondhand smoke. Second hand smoke is the smoke from the end of a cigarette and the smoke breathed out by a smoker. This smoke has over 4,000 harmful chemicals that get trapped in children’s lungs when they breathe, causing serious and long-lasting health issues.

Protect the ones you love

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View the deadly effects
of secondhand smoke with
The CDC’s Secondhand Smoke Wheel

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Providers
Download the Free
Smoking Cessation Toolkit

Start Your Journey To Quit (For NJ Residents Only)

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856-665-6000
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