Quit smoking for baby and you
If you're pregnant, quit smoking. If you need help, call the Colorado QuitLine at 1-800-QUIT-NOW, enroll in a Baby and Me Tobacco Free program near you, and/or talk to your doctor.
The Colorado QuitLine has a special program to help pregnant women quit smoking during pregnancy and stay smoke-free after the baby is born. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) to learn how to quit tobacco today! Be sure to tell them you're pregnant so you can participate in the special program.
Why quit smoking?
Smoking can make it more difficult to get pregnant, cause complications during pregnancy and pose serious health risks for the baby after it's born.
About Baby and Me Tobacco Free
The Baby & Me Tobacco Free Program offers free counseling for pregnant women, as well as vouchers for FREE DIAPERS for women, and their household members, who quit and stay tobacco free. The program is available statewide.
About the QuitLine
The Colorado QuitLine is a FREE web and telephone-based coaching program available to Colorado residents 12 and older who are ready to quit smoking. Clients who call the QuitLine will be asked a few basic questions to enroll in the program.
Free nicotine replacement therapy (patches or lozenges) is available to smokers 18 years and over and medically eligible. A prescription for nicotine replacement therapy is required for smokers who are pregnant.
Prenatal smoking cessation information and resources