Did you know that only one out of every three Kansas adults aged 18 years and older are aware of the tobacco quit line services?
KCKPS is proud to be a Tobacco Free district. That is why all of our buildings are part of the KanQuit prevention initiative.
KanQuit also known as the KansasTobacco Quitline. This initiative is a free program designed to provide one-on-one coaching for Kansas residents who are ready to stop using tobacco products. Available 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, the program can be accessed online or by phone. The program is confidential and offers personalized support to each individual.
The Quitline can be reached by calling: 1-800-QUIT-NOW or by visiting: www.KSquit.org
Kansas Quitline Fact Sheet: https://www.kdheks.gov/tobacco/download/Quitline_Fact_Sheet.pdf