A helpline called the National Tobacco Cessation Quit Line has been started for those who want to quit smoking in India. This effort is a led by Tobacco Intervention Initiative (TII), Centre of the Indian Dental Association (IDA) and a tobacco cessation products manufacturer.
National Tobacco Cessation Quit Line – 1800-22-77-87
A dedicated team of professionals runs the helpline in Mumbai with queries being addressed currently in Hindi, Marathi, Gujarati, Bengali and English. Tobacco Addicts are guided how to control their tobacco cravings with the use of gum and medication prescribed by TII doctors.
The helpline seeks to provide one-stop solution to tobacco-related issues. The executives also provide the contact details of the doctors handling the TII centre. One can also visit the website www.tii.org to know more about these centers situated in various states.
Quit Smoking helpline number India can be called by users who are facing severe problems with regard to smoking and would like to get advise from the doctors via online/phone counseling.