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Tobacco Treatment Program

If you have tried to quit tobacco or nicotine, you know how hard it can be. Don't give up. There are proven ways to help you quit.

This page offers support and tools for tobacco and nicotine users, and friends and family members to help people quit and stay quit. If you have more questions about tobacco and your health, please talk to your doctor or nurse.

Support You Need to Quit

Each time you quit you learn new things about yourself. With support, you can use what you've learned from past attempts to develop a plan to quit for good. You can also learn and practice new strategies to deal with things that were hard the last time around.

Our trained Tobacco Treatment Specialists are ready Monday through Friday to answer questions you may have, and to make referrals when appropriate. We have information in many languages and interpreter services available to help you get what you need and be inspired to quit.

Double or Triple Your Success

Tobacco or nicotine users who try medications to quit can be more successful than people who quit without medications. Many health insurers cover all or some of the cost of these medicines and/or offer additional quitting resources to their members. Check with your insurance company or ask your pharmacist to find out what your plan covers. Your provider can also recommend options.

Click here for the CHA Pharmacy.

Having an Event?

We offer workshops and educational sessions on tobacco and nicotine use treatment in the community, including speaking or tabling at community events.

Contact Us

Call 617-591-6922 for more information on tobacco and nicotine use, quitting and how CHA can help.

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How to create a plan

Thinking ahead can help you quit. Here are some tips from the American Lung Association to get you started.

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