Tobacco Cessation

The Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion Program, housed within State of Nevada Division of Public and Behavioral Health, works in partnership with a network of tobacco cessation programs to provide resources and services to Nevadans in the process of quitting tobacco.

Frequently Asked Questions about Tobacco Cessation

Can I Trust That Smoking Cessation Services and Treatment Are Confidential?

The Nevada Tobacco Quitline provides free and confidential online and telephone-based counseling, in either English or Spanish, for Nevada residents who want to address their tobacco use. This treatment service is delivered by counselors who are trained to treat nicotine addiction for all forms of tobacco use and supported by the Nevada Tobacco Control Program.

To learn more visit http://www.tobaccofreenv.org/tobacco-information/quitting-smoking/

Additional information on quitting tobacco is available at https://nevada.quitlogix.org or cdc.gov/tips

Keeping it Sacred Quitline: https://keepitsacred.itcmi.org/quitlines/

Can I Look Up Smoking Cessation Medications?
Yes, by using an internet search https://medlineplus.gov/ency/article/007439.htm or by calling the 1-800-QUIT-NOW (800-784-8669) or enroll online at www.nevadatobaccoquitline.com,
the hours of operation are: 7 days a week from 4 a.m. to 10 p.m. (PST).

Where Can I Find More Information About Tobacco Cessation Treatment Health Coverage for the State of Nevada?
You can find a description about the types of services available in all counties of Nevada
at the American Lung Association website https://www.lung.org/policy-advocacy/tobacco/cessation/state-tobacco-cessation-coverage-database/states

Resources for Health Care Providers

Health care provider resources can be found here

Program Contact

Michelle Harden, MPA
Population Health Unit Manager
4150 Technology Way, STE 210
Carson City, NV 89706

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