About The Program
Nicotine is a powerful, highly-addictive drug. On average, people try to quit smoking five to seven times before they successfully quit for good.
Barnabas Health Institute for Prevention (IFP) has helped thousands of people to overcome their addiction to nicotine. Its Tobacco Quit Groups are staffed with certified professionals who provide treatment under the Public Health Service Guidelines.
Studies show that individuals are four times more likely to quit using tobacco when participating in a structured program as compared to attempting to quit on their own.
Whether a person is ready to quit today, or simply thinking about it, IFP will provide them with the support and tools they need to succeed.
Participants in the Tobacco Quit Program Receive:
- Treatment with Certified Tobacco Specialists
- A quit smoking plan to meet individual needs
- Ongoing individual, group and/or family counseling
- Up-to-date information about the latest prescription and over-the-counter smoking medications including Zyban, Chantix and the Nicotine Patch, Gum, Lozenges, Inhaler and Nasal Spray
- Effective tools to reduce withdrawal symptoms
- Weight and stress management strategies