If you want to stop smoking, we can help.
Whether you are ready to quit today, or just thinking about it, knowing where to start can feel overwhelming.
That’s why our nicotine dependence treatment experts are here—to support you in making the important choice to quit, at the pace that makes sense for you.
- Receive one-on-one counseling, by phone or telehealth — whichever is most convenient for you
- To learn more, call (585) 602-0720 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Smoking Cessation During COVID-19
Quitting smoking, or vaping, can become more difficult when you're stressed. CCHP Lifestyle Counselor and Smoking Cessation Specialist Jennifer Lee, CPT, shares suggestions for how to manage your stress and maintain your progress during #COVID19. Our Nicotine Dependence Treatment Program team is here for you and ready to help. Give us a call at (585) 602-0720 to schedule an appointment by phone or telemedicine. Learn more about our program: https://www.urmc.rochester.edu/community-health/patient-care/stop-smoking.aspx UR Medicine UR Medicine Mental Health & Wellness New York State Smokers' QuitlinePosted by Center for Community Health & Prevention, URMC on Monday, July 13, 2020