FREE Patient Resources
Health Care Providers: This is your guide to the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline.
Health Care Providers
Health care providers like you play a critical part in helping people quit tobacco. How? By talking to your patients about their tobacco use, offering advice and prescription cessation medication and referring them to the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline. Since 2003, the Oklahoma Tobacco Helpline has helped more than 450,000 Oklahomans.
The 5 A’s of Tobacco Cessation
The 5 A’s of tobacco cessation are proven to work. This five-part intervention helps people quit. Learn how you can ask, advise, assess, assist and arrange.
Services & Resources for Patients
There’s a reason Oklahomans trust the Helpline. With evidence-based cessation methods, the Helpline greatly increases their odds of success. Each participant can receive the following:
- At least a two-week supply of free nicotine replacement therapy
- Access to quit coaching
- 24/7 phone, web or text support
Plus, SoonerCare members may qualify for additional medications when prescribed by their doctor. These products don’t count against SoonerCare’s six-prescription limit — and combining them may increase the chances of success.
When combined, these tools and resources are highly effective. The Helpline also has social communities on Facebook, Instagram and Twitter where people can connect, share tips and stay motivated. Set your patients up for success by recommending the Helpline.
My Life, My Quit
Help for teens is finally here. Now, 13-17-year-olds can receive free help to quit vape and tobacco through live TEXT, online or phone support. They can visit MyLifeMyQuit.com or text “Start My Quit” to 36072. Services are confidential and do not include NRT.
Get FREE Materials for Your Office
Stock your office with free Helpline materials and resources! Order promotional items like brochures, pens, posters, tip cards and more. These materials keep the Helpline top-of-mind while encouraging your patients to quit.
Turn Trust into Inspiration
Patients seek your medical expertise. Talk to them about their tobacco use, then help them quit tobacco by referring them to the Helpline. Your advice could make all the difference!