You’re ready to kick the habit. That’s great!
lung cancer, breathing problems, heart attacks and stroke. Secondhand smoke causes
asthma, respiratory infections, and shortness of breath. Reduce your risk
and create your action plan today.
There are different ways to quit smoking. Cold turkey, nicotine replacement
therapy, support groups, and other medications can help you quit. Getting
help can raise your success rate by 25% or more!
Let Torrance Memorial help you kick the habit to the curb.
Quit Smoking Program
A step-by-steps Smoking Cessation Program
Healthy Lung Program
It’s not too late to improve your lung health.
Smoke Free Support Groups
Torrance Memorial Nicotine Anonymous
A weekly, drop-in support group where men and women help each other live
nicotine-free lives. Nicotine Anonymous welcomes all those seeking freedom
from nicotine addiction, including those using cessation programs and
nicotine withdrawal aids. The support groups uses the 12 steps as adapted
from Alcoholics Anonymous to achieve abstinence from nicotine.
For more information, call 310-676-5118.
Lung Cancer Support Group
This support group meets twice a month, it's designed to meet the educational
and emotional needs of people living with or caring for someone with lung
cancer. It offers encouragement and hope in a safe environment to explore
important issues that matter when coping with any phase of treatment for
For more information, call 310-517-1072.
A Guide to Quit Smoking
Torrance Memorial guide to quit smoking will get you on the right path.
Quit Smoking Resources
If you smoke and would like to quit, Smokefree.gov offers web resources,
instant messaging and a quit line staffed by counselors to support you
in your efforts.
Become An Ex
Becomeanex.org helps you develop a 3-step plan to quit smoking, and offers
an online community to support you.
American Lung Association
Want to stop smoking or help a loved one quit? The American Lung Association
provides every step of the way with tools, tips and support.