FREE Nicotine Lozenges, Patches or Gum By State
Alabama: Can receive up to 8 weeks of nicotine patches for enrolling.
Alaska: Can get free NRT (patch, gum or lozenge) for enrolling in multiple-call program.
Arizona: Can get free NRT (patch, gum or lozenge) for enrolling in Quit Coaching program.
Arkansas: Can call to request NRT (patch, gum or lozenge) while supplies last. Must be 18 and ready to quit.
California: Only Asian-language speakers and parents who live with children ages 5 and under may be eligible for free nicotine patches.
Colorado: Must be over 18 years old to require nicotine patches. Online tools, free medications and trained coaches available.
Connecticut: Can get free patches or gum for setting a quit date if included in your personalized plan.
Delaware: Qualifying low income folks get vouchers to buy stop smoking aids.
Florida: Can get 2-4 weeks or nicotine patches, gum or lozenges depending on how you commit to quitting.
Georgia: Anyone over 18 can get a 4 week-supply of gum and patch while supplies last.
Hawaii: Can request NRT (patch, gum or lozenge) while supplies last. Varies by insurance plan.
Idaho: Can get patches, gum or lozenges for free for residents 18 or older.
Illinois: Lozenges, gum or patch aids are available for non-pregnant women, people NOT on Medicaid, with insurance coverage or people currently enrolled in NRT programs.
Indiana: Can get patches or gum for those uninsured or on Medicaid or Medicare.
Iowa: Up to 8 weeks of NRT for those uninsured or on Medicaid or Medicare.
Kansas: No free NRT for the time being, but they offer a quit line at least.
Kentucky: Anyone enrolled who is uninsured only can get free NRT products including lozenges, patches or gum.
Louisiana: Gum and patches are available while supplies last from calling the hot line.
Maine: Enrolling in the multi-call program and if insurance doesn’t cover NRT, you an get lozenges, gum or patches.
Maryland: Must register for QuitLine and meet basic health requirements to get a free 4 week supply of gum or nicotine patches.
Massachusetts: Must pass health screening and can get 2 week kit of patches while supplies last.
Michigan: Using their telephone program you can get gum, lozenges or patches for free if you are uninsured.
Minnesota: All residents 18 and older can get Nicotine patches, Nicotine gum or Nicotine lozenges.
Mississippi: Can get up to 8 weeks of gum or patches if you meet requirements.
Missouri: Uninsured can get free gum or nicotine patches while supplies last for calling hotline.
Montana: All callers who enrolled can get up to 6 weeks of nicotine gum, patches or lozenges.
Nebraska: Nebraska’s Quitline is offering a two-week supply of nicotine replacement aids at no cost. The offer began on March 13, 2017, while supplies last.
Nevada: Must be over 18 and can get free spray, inhaler, lozenges, gum or patches depending on your insurance.
New Hampshire: Can get gum, lozenges or patches when available. Must be screen and use call line…
New Jersey: While supplies last, must smoke 10 cigarettes a day or more and pass various qualifying factors like not being pregnant, agreeing to quit and more.
New Mexico: Must be ready to quit in 30 days, 18+ years old and enroll in counseling.
New York: While supplies last, must smoke 10 cigarettes a day or more and pass various qualifying factors like not being pregnant, agreeing to quit and more.
North Carolina: State employees and uninsured can get patches or nicotine gum.
North Dakota: Underinsured and uninsured can get up to 8 week supply of NRT for enrolling in multi-call program.
Ohio: Can get nicotine patches for enrolling, must pass medical screening. Varies by insurance.
Oklahoma: Can get 2-8 weeks of NRT gum, patches or lozenges for enrolling in program. Varies by program and insurance.
Oregon: Can get patches or gum for having no contraindications and being over 18 years of age.
Pennsylvania: Can get up to 8 weeks of patches, gum or lozenges for those that qualify after health screening.
Puerto Rico: There is no program for free NRT’s currently but there is a “help kit” when you enroll which may contain NRT’s but it’s not clear from the website.
Rhode Island: Can get a 2 week supply of nicotine gum, patches or lozenges for those over 18 and without medical issues. While supplies last.
South Carolina: Can get free gum, lozenges or patches for those underinsured, uninsured or for some of those that are on Medicare and who have enrolled.
South Dakota: Must enroll and can get nicotine gum, lozenges or patches.
Tennessee: No free NRT at this time.
Texas: There are strict health requirements (pregnant, mental disorder, etc) but you can get free lozenges, gum or patches. Also uninsured may get free NRT if health requirements are met.
Utah: Can get 4-8 weeks of gum or nicotine patch. Must enroll. Varies by insurance.
Vermont: Can get nicotine gum, lozenges or patches mailed to you while supplies last.
Virginia: No free NRT available at this time.
Washington: Can receive up to 2-12 weeks of nicotine gum or patches. Varies by health and insurance.
West Virginia: Can get up to 8 weeks of nicotine lozenges, gum or patches for those who enroll in QuitLine.
Wisconsin: Can get nicotine gum, patches or lozenges for whose who qualify.
Wyoming: Eligible can get free nicotine gum, patches or lozenges.
@MrsGuin Per your request, I moved this to HD (from G&D) since the value appears to be greater than $10. Looks like a great offer, thanks for posting.