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HUD Residents

Living in a smoke-free home is one of the best things you can do for your family’s health

As a result of the U.S. Department of Housing and Urban Development federal rule, all housing authorities across the country are going smoke-free! This means that your housing authority in Louisiana will soon be smoke-free. Although the main focus of this change is to protect the health and safety of your children and neighbors, residents and staff may use this time to make a life long change and quit smoking for good.

Quit resources, also known as tobacco cessation resources, are treatments to help people quit tobacco use. These treatments can involve the combination of nicotine patches, gum, lozenges, medications and/or group and individual counseling.

Quit Resources

• Looking for our free Louisiana Tobacco Quiline number? Call 1-800-Quit-Now (1-800-784-8669). The lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week. Anytime is a good time to call.

• Interested in quitting but prefer something online? Check out our free, web-based quit program to chat with a quit coach. Click here to learn more!

• Are you a Louisiana resident that began smoking before September 1, 1988? You may qualify for additional free cessation services, including cessation medications, individual/group cessation counseling, telephone quit-line support and/or intensive cessation support services. Click here to learn more about the Smoking Cessation Trust.

For more information on implementing a smoke-free policy in your housing authority, click here.

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Share Your Quit Story

Everyone's quit story is different. What works for one, might not always work for another. So we want you to share your success story (and your struggles) with us, so that you can help motivate and encourage others to quit.




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