Here are local resources available to help your tobacco quit journey, in case you’re looking for some extra guidance and support.
  1. Wellness Services' (Flint): Tobacco Reduction Program on the website. We serve HIV+ clients in access to tobacco reduction one-on-one consultations as well as group meetings. We also have a brochure for community support groups that are open to all people. We offer guidance via the 5 A's and creating linkages to client's primary care physicians to help them assess what NRT's best work for the individuals. We are open Monday, Tuesday, Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., and Wednesday from 10 a.m. to 7 p.m. We are located at 311 E. Court St, Flint, MI 48502. We have a website that is being updated which is I would also be interested in seeing the information that you collect. We are also trying to link local resources to our own website by the end of December. 
  2. Access Health (Muskegon): Monthly tobacco cessation classes for Access Health clients or free to the public with 12 hours of volunteer time.  Call Amy Forward at 231-766-7101.
  3. Freedom from Smoking Class (Muskegon): Held two times per year.  Call Cyndi Powers at 231-672-3211.
  4. Quit & Fit (Muskegon): Holland Community Hospital provides $45 four-week classes with scholarship program.  Call 616-394-3344.
  5. Lakeshore Lung Association in collaboration with Knowsmoke Coalition: 231-672-3211.
  6. McLaren Greater Lansing: Cardio-Pulmonary Rehab. 407 W Greenlawn, Merriman Building, Room 14, Lansing. Call 517-975-6400 or 517-975-6653
  7. Tobacco and YOU Support Group: Wednesdays at 2pm: Free! Everyone Welcome!  Forest Community Health Center Community Room. 2316 S. Cedar, Lansing (between Mt. Hope and Holmes Road) Call 517-887-4586
  8. Nicotine Anonymous (East Lansing): Tuesdays at 8pm.  Engineering Building, MSU Campus, 428 S. Shaw Lane, Room 2320, East Lansing.  Parking off Farm Lane.
  9. Michigan Braille and Talking Book Library: A variety of materials to help people quit tobacco are available free of charge to those who utilize the talking book services of the State of Michigan.  Call to order the most appropriate materials: 1-800-992-9012.
  10. Michigan State University: Office of the University Physician: Health4U Program: (Faculty/Staff/Graduate Student Employees/Retirees and Adult Benefits Eligible Dependents) Health4U Program Coaching Services: If you are having trouble quitting on your own we can help. Consider working with one of our two Tobacco Treatment Specialists to explore becoming tobacco free. Call (517) 353-2596 or email
  11. MSU Student Health Services at Olin Health Center: Student Health Services Health Promotion Department offers quit-tobacco support through the ATOD program. Services are free to students. Call (517) 884-6598 or email Student Health Services Primary Care offers quit-tobacco consultations which can be included as part of the three subsidized visits students’ receive at the health center each academic year. Subsequent visits will be coordinated with the student’s insurance. Call for an appointment (517) 353-4660.
  12. Public Health Delta-Menominee plans to offer Freedom From Smoking classes 3x/year (January, Spring, Fall) in Delta County and 1x/year in Menominee County (January).  For more information, please contact Kristi Steger, RN, BSN Public Health, Delta & Menominee Counties at or P: (906)789-8110
  13. Quit 101: Smoking Cessation Class – 4-Week Series Spectrum Health Grand Rapids, MI This is a free 4-week class. There is free parking on-site. Registration is required. Register by phone at 616.267.2626, option 4. Libby Stern, LMSW, TTS, Community Health Educator
  14. Health Net’s Tobacco Free for Life class provides basic information on the risks of tobacco use and benefits of quitting along with basic steps to take to quit.  Classes are generally held monthly and are offered in English and Spanish. Call with questions:  (616) 726-8204.
  15. Tobacco Free for Good: Offered by Metro Health (W. Michigan) in six sessions for two hours.  To register, call 616-252-7117.
  16. Sault Tribe of Chippewa Indians offers cessation services for tribal members (and I believe family of members and Sault Tribe employees as well). Anyone interested in that program can contact the Sault Tribe Nicotine Dependence Program at (906) 632-5210, or they can contact their local tribal health center.  Munising - Grand Island Tribal Health Center: (906)-387-4721 Hessel Community Health Center: (906) 484-2727 Manistique Tribal Community Center: (906) 341-8469 Marquette Community Health Center: (906) 225-1616 Newberry Community Health Center: (906) 293-8181 St. Igance  - Sault Tribal Health & Service Center: (906) 643-8689
  17.  Bay Mills Indian Community Health Center also offers tobacco cessation - they will accept any patient. They can be reached at (906) 248-5527.
  18. Henry Ford Health System (SE Michigan): Henry Ford Tobacco Treatment Services offers programs to help patients quit using any type of tobacco. Based on years of research and experience, Henry Ford's quit-tobacco programs make the process of giving up tobacco easier by providing the treatment needed to overcome the physical, emotional, and social dependency on tobacco. Patients learn how to prepare for quitting, deal with nicotine withdrawal, overcome cravings, and most importantly how to quit tobacco for good. Check, call 313-874-1885 or email for more information.
Nicotine Anonymous
Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids
Centers for Disease Control and Prevention
Smoking Cessation Leadership Center