Community Resources

California Department of Public Health – Tobacco Control Program  |

California Youth Advocacy Network  |

Centers for Disease Control

College and University Smoke/Tobacco-Free Policy Initiatives
CSU Executive Order

National Cancer Institute

Tobacco-Free College Campus Initiative

U.S. Department of Health and Human Services

American Cancer Society
916-446-7933 or 1-800-ACS-2345
Services: Quit for Life Program – phone based coaching and web-based learning support service to help smokers quit with guidance from a quit coach.  
Cost: Free

Breathe California – Sacramento-Emigrant Trails
(916) 208-5900 x208
Ages: Any age
Services: Cessation classes and self-help materials.
Cost: Call for information

Breathe California – Sacramento-Emigrant Trails/STAND
(916) 444-5900
Ages: 15-24 year olds
Services: Peer-to-peer cessation counseling and quit kits.
Cost: Free

Dignity Health
(916) 453-4268 – Mercy General Hospital
(916) 537-5229 – Mercy San Juan Medical Center
Ages: Any age
Services: Smoking Cessation Program (6 week program)
Cost: $70

Kaiser Permanente Health Education
(916) 688-2428
Ages: Any age
Services: Quit tobacco one-session workshop, Stop Smoking 6 session series, and medical quitting aids.
Cost: Free for Kaiser members

Nicotine Anonymous
(916) 364-0273
Ages: Any age
Services: Support groups
Cost: Free

Sacramento County Tobacco Education Program
(916) 875-5869
Ages: Any age
Services: self-help materials, quit kits, local information and community assistance
Cost: Free

Sutter Express Care
Ages: 18 and older
Services: 1,2,3 Stop Smoking Program which includes three individual consultations, support and encouragement, physical exam, and counseling
Cost: $150

UC Davis Health System
(916) 734-0718
Ages: Any age
Services:  Tobacco Cessation Program, support groups
Cost: Free to UC Davis Health System patients and employees

To view other services available in Sacramento County, visit . Online and text cessation services. Services for active duty military and student veterans.

  • Additional programs available for Veterans, Women, and Teens.
California Smokers’ Helpline
1-800 NO BUTTS (English)
1-800-45-NO-FUME (Spanish)
Ages: Any age

Services: Phone counseling, self-help materials, text messages.
Cost: Free