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
  • Mom's Quit Connection -888-545-5191
    Free telephone or face to face cessation counseling for pregnant and parenting women and families.

Privately Funded Cessation Services Available in NJ: (these services may be offered at no, low or regular costs)

  • Atlantic Health
    Call 800-247-9580, or go to the website, click on Classes and Screening and select "Hypnosis for Smoking Cessation" from the dropdown menu.

  • American Lung Association
    Quit services offered by the American Lung Assocation can be found by clicking on the above link or by calling 800-586-4872.

  • HiTOPS, Inc
    iQuit! Program for 13 to 27 year olds through counseling and possible Nicotine Replacement Therapy.
    Ivy Pearlstein 609-683-5155 x212

  • Shore Medical Center (Atlantic County)
    NOTE: This program services the community; patients of Shore's Penn Lung Program, radiation oncology and medical oncology; Shore's employees; and Atlantic County Cancer Education and Early Detection (CEED) patients. Treatment by appointment.

  • Somerset Medical Center (Somerset)
    Dr. Chris Kotsen, 908-685-2442

  • Tobacco Dependence Program, Rutgers, New Brunswick
    Cancer Institute of NJ, Robert Wood Johnson Medical School, School of Public Health
    125 Paterson Street, Suite 2300, New Brunswick, NJ 08903 | 732-235-8222
    Contact Michael Steinberg, MD, 732 235-8222 or
    Donna Richardson, LCSW, LCADC, 732 235-8223