Counseling Works What to Expect
 

Downloadable Resources

Relax Without Lighting Up

How to Deal with Nicotine Withdrawal

Deal with Stress as a Non-Smoker

Turn a Relapse into Something Positive

Stop Smoking Medications at a Glance Chart

Strategies to Beat Boredom While Quitting Smoking

7000 Chemicals Found in Cigarettes

ACOG-Smoking Cessation During Pregnancy

Triggers-Lighting Up On Auto-Pilot

Being Around Other Smokers


New Jersey State Funded Cessation Services (FREE TO THE PUBLIC)

  • NJ Quitline/ 1-866-NJSTOPS
                          866-657-8677

  • Mom's Quit Connection - 888-545-5191
    Free telephone or face to face cessation counseling for pregnant and parenting women and families.
  • Atlantic Prevention Resources Quit Center - 609-796-4140
    Group, One on One Counseling in agency's location or where needed

  • Cape May County Quit Center at Cape Assist- 609-522-5960
    Located at Cape Assist's office in Wildwood. The goal of the program is to offer smoking cessation groups in 6 week intervals throughout the county as well as individual counseling if appropriate. Interested individuals will be given an assessment, individual and/or group counseling, and will be followed for at least 1 year to offer additional support if needed.

  • Inspira Quit Center - 1-800-INSPIRA (ask for Quit Center)  | direct:(856) 641-8633
    Offering treatment for current tobacco users. Includes cigarettes, vapes and chewing tobacco.  One-on-one sessions with a CTTS available via phone or in person.  Six-week group counseling sessions.

  • Hackensack Meridian - Community Smoking Cessation Treatment Center (CSCTC) - 551-996-1632
    CSCTC will facilitate access to counseling and pharmacotherapy using a hybrid method: 1) face-to-face in-person and 2) mobile health (telemedicine and text messages). Mobile health provides a low-cost smoking cessation method to provide culturally appropriate counseling to racial and ethnic minority groups. Counseling (in Spanish or English) will follow principles of Cognitive Behavioral Therapy. The program will offer a total of seven sessions over the course of 7 months. These sessions will include assessment of individual perceptions of smoking behavior (e.g., stressors, and support; quitting/relapse history), provision of information (e.g., risks of smoking; benefits of quitting to self/family), and development of specific strategies (e.g., coping with craving) to create personal treatment goals (e.g., building a quit plan).

  • RWJBH IFPR Quit Center - 732-837-9416
    Tobacco cessation services to individuals and groups. Available in the following counties:
    Monmouth - Anna Larotonda
    Ocean - Scott Carroll
    Mercer (2 locations) - Lynn Seaward, Assistant Director
    Middlesex - Lynn Seaward, Assistant Director
    Essex - Lynn Seaward, Assistant Director
    Union - Lynn Seaward, Assistant Director