Nicotine and Tobacco Recovery Services Available Through the IFPR

Quit Smoking

Nicotine is a powerful, highly-addictive drug. On average, people try to quit smoking five to seven times before they successfully quit for good.

The Institute for Prevention and Recovery has helped thousands of people to overcome their addiction to nicotine. Our nicotine and tobacco recovery services are staffed with certified professionals who provide treatment under the Public Health Service Guidelines. Cessation services include all tobacco products and electronic nicotine delivery systems also known as e-cigarettes and vaporizers.

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.

The Institute for Prevention and Recovery’s nicotine and tobacco recovery services is 100 percent confidential and will help:

  • Establish a realistic quit date and provide support and guidance throughout each individual's quit experience.
  • Provide Free Nicotine Replacement Therapy such as the nicotine patch, gum, lozenge, inhaler and nasal spray. A physician is on staff that can assist in prescribing effective prescription medication to quit smoking, like Chantix.
  • Connect individuals with one-on-one group sessions that accommodate their schedule.
  • Identify effective tools to reduce withdrawal symptoms.
  • Provide access to vaping and nicotine cessation therapy for those who smoke only electronic nicotine devices. This separate curriculum is designed to help those who don't smoke traditional tobacco products like cigarettes or cigars.
  • Offer informational presentations in the community or workplaces about how staff and others can utilize our services.

Whether you are ready to quit today, or simply thinking about it, the Institute for Prevention and Recovery can provide you with the support and tools you need to succeed.

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