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Call it Quits referral program

Call it Quits referral program

The Call it Quits referral program, supported by the Call it Quits collaborative, enables health care providers to use a single form and fax number to refer patients who use tobacco to quitline support. All Minnesota residents — whether covered by a health plan or not — have access to free support to quit.

For information on the Call it Quits collaborative, the referral program, or to register your clinic, please visit "Call it Quits" at  www.health.mn.gov/callitquits. 

Health Plan Quitline Listings

1-888-662-BLUE (2583)

Blue Cross and Blue Shield of Minnesota

1-888-662-QUIT (7848)

CCStpa

1-888-662-BLUE (2583)

BlueLink

1-800-311-1052

HealthPartners

1-888-288-1881

Mayo Medical Plan

1-888-288-1881

Mayo Clinic Health Systems – Mankato

1-800-905-7430

Medica

1-888-642-5566

MCHS (formerly MMSI)

1-800-391-1683 (option 2)

MCHS - City of Rochester Employees

1-888-613-5476 (option 2)

MCHS - Olmsted County Employees

1-888-354-7526

Metropolitan Health Plan

1-800-292-2336

PreferredOne

1-888-354-7526

PreferredOne PPO

1-800-474-3186

PrimeWest Health

1-800-504-3451

South Country Health Alliance (SCHA)

1-866-244-6870

Tricare

1-888-642-5566

UCare Minnesota

1-888-354-PLAN (7526)

For anyone else, call QUITPLAN Services

QUITPLAN® Services

QUITPLAN Services provides free, professional tobacco cessation counseling for patients who are uninsured or don't have cessation coverage through their health plans. QUITPLAN Services provider brochures are available free of charge. You can order them online at the "Request Materials" link located at the bottom of quitplan.com.

Call it Quits Collaborative

The referral program is supported by Minnesota Tobacco Quitlines, a collaboration among Minnesota’s major health plans and ClearWay Minnesota (the state-funded quitline for uninsured and underinsured individuals). The goal of this collaboration is to make it easier for providers to connect their patients to appropriate tobacco quitline services.