Tobacco Cessation

CCCHD’s Tobacco Use Prevention and Cessation program aims to lower the impact of tobacco on our community, through work focusing on:

  • Increasing tobacco cessation services and referrals in Clark County
  • Decreasing youth initiation of tobacco products
  • Decreasing our citizens exposure to secondhand smoke

For more information, please call CCCHD at 937-390-5600 and ask for extensions 280 or 289

Please join us for the Tobacco Support Group at the New Carlisle Library, on the third Tuesday of the month from 6:00PM to 7:00PM

Community Resources to help you quit tobacco

Community Mercy REACH                                          (937) 390-5338

Youth and Adult Cessation Programs
  • Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists, individual counseling, respiratory therapist and dietician, and resources for medications.
  • Visit their website for information
https://www.mercy.com/locations/specialty-locations/other-locations/community-mercy-reach-drug-alcohol-tobacco-cessation
Cost: For Adults
Medicaid/Medicare=cost fully covered;
Private Insurance=if deductible is not met, person will be given billing code(s) to be used. They can contact their insurance for dollar amount covered.


Moms Quit for Two
  • Services for pregnant moms to be
    • Natalie Oliver                                                                  (937)322-2801 ext 9536
Cost: FREE


Ohio Tobacco Quit Line           1-800-QUIT-NOW or 1-800-784-8669
  • Call for support and Nicotine Replacement Therapy options
Cost:  FREE


American Cancer Society                     1-800-227-2345
  • Guide to Quitting Smoking
http://www.cancer.org/ healthy/stayawayfromtobacco/guidetoquittingsmoking/index
Cost: FREE


American Lung Association       1-800-LUNG USA or 1-800-586-4872
  • "Freedom From Smoking" program
http://www.lung.org/stop-smoking/how-to-quit/freedom-from-smoking
  • "Freedom From Smoking" on-line program
http://www.ffsonline.org/
Cost: FREE

 

 

 

Last Review: 02-4-19  MD/ PLF