If you want to stop smoking in 2015, the Montana Tobacco Quit Line wants to help you reach your New Year's resolution.
To enroll, call 1-800-784-8669, or visit quitnowmontana.com.
"Quitting tobacco can be the most important thing you can do for your health," according to the Missoula City-County Health Department's Kaila Warren.
More than 80,000 people have called the Quit Line since it launched a decade ago, Warren said in a news release. The new website has expanded access and counts more than 15,000 visitors in 2014.
The Quit Line aims to help people stop using tobacco products or e-cigarettes. It offers free support "and proven cessation medications."
"Callers who enroll receive guidance from specialists who help each person set a quit date, develop a personalized quit plan and participate in five proactive phone calls with a quit coach," the news release said.
The Quit Line offers up to eight weeks of free nicotine replacement therapy in the form of gum, lozenges or the patch. It also offers financial assistance for non-nicotine pharmaceutical quitting products.
"The Quit Line will help provide Chantix for the new low price of $25 per month and Bupropion (also know as Zyban) for $5 per month, with a prescription from the enrollee's medical provider," the department said.
The program also offers help to pregnant women who use tobacco. It provides up to nine calls during pregnancy and after delivery, "free nicotine replacement therapies ... with a prescription," and "a small reward card for each completed call."
The Quit Line is a free service for Montanans.