Welcome to the Project HOPES website! We are glad you logged in and we hope you will find all of the information you need to quit smoking. Below you will find websites, apps, and quitlines with information that will help you on your way towards a smoke-free life. 


Tobacco Free Florida

This site will provide you with information on the effects of tobacco and different methods for quitting smoking. It offers different types of support, including face to face quit smoking support groups, and 24/7 access to a trained quit coach (English or Spanish). Those eligible may even receive a free 2-week starter kit of nicotine patches, gum, or lozenges. Make sure to explore the entire site to see all of your options!


This link will take you to a site that offers help with quitting smoking or staying quit with online programs specialized for different people, including veterans, women, Spanish speakers, and people over 60 years old. Each program offers specific information for each group like the benefits of quitting, how to manage cravings, and tips for slips.  


This link will provide you with information specific about cancer and smoking, as well as strategies to help you quit smoking through articles provided by the American Cancer Society. This site also includes an interactive quiz that will tell you how you use tobacco and offer tips on how to quit smoking.


This link will take you to Center for Disease Control's helpful tips to quit smoking. They will provide you with options for topics such as starting a quit plan, tips on managing cravings, and ways to find social support through their social media accounts.


This is a link to online quitting support and information. You will be able to connect with others who are also trying to quit smoking through Quit Net's online forum that has been running since 1995. It’s a safe, supportive place where smokers and ex-smokers gather to quit and stay quit.

American Lung Association 

This link will provide you with quit tips and other strategies and information to help all smokers quit smoking provided by the American Lung Association. This site also offers an online smoking cessation program that uses group clinics and a self-help workbook to help people quit smoking.

Become an Ex

This site developed by the Mayo Clinic will provide you with options for a free smoking cessation program online that offers help through things like customizing a quit plan, interactive guides through your smoke-free journey, and active support from ex-smokers through online chats. 


This link will take you to an article by the Food and Drug Administration listing extensive information about smoking cessation medications so you can pick which one is right for you.


Text and Apps

NCI app

This app by the National Cancer Institute will allow you to strategically set a plan to quit smoking among other interactive features like providing a way to track daily smoking habits with an easy-to-use calendar. It also includes money saving graphs and they provide connection to social media users who are also trying to quit smoking.

Smoke Free apps

These apps are available through smokefree.gov; they provide you with tips, a way to track your smoking patterns, and a way to keep track of your progress in quitting smoking. 

Smoke Free text

This is a text service also provided by smokefree.gov; they will send you several text messages a day to keep you on track to quitting smoking.


Tobacco Free Florida



Available 24 hours a day

*English and Spanish offered

Live Online Chat

Live online chat assistance 

Available 9 AM to 9 PM ET, Monday through Friday

*English and Spanish offered

Moffitt Resource

For immediate service or contact to the Tobacco Treatment Specialists: 

Phone: (813) 745-8811 or (813) 745-6732

Email: TobaccoTreatment@moffitt.org