Tobacco Cessation

Ready to Quit?


Quitting tobacco is the best thing you can do for your health. Tobacco is very addictive. Don't be hard on yourself if at first you don't succeed. Tobacco cessation programs, along with nicotine replacement medications, can greatly increase your chance of reaching your goal.
New York Smoke Free website

United Health Services


Nurse Direct offers free one-on-one telephone counseling at 800-295-8088 or 607-763-5555.

Mothers & Prenatal Network


The Mothers and Prenatal Network provides free one-on-one telephone counseling for pregnant women, parents and caregivers. Contact them at 800-231-0744 or 607-772-0517. For more information visit the Mothers and Babies website.

Cortland Regional Medical Center


Tobacco Free for Life Class


Make the commitment to quit and look forward to a healthier life!

This 7 week program, developed at the University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, teaches all the skills necessary to successfully beat the addiction to cigarette smoking. The course is taught by trained smoking cessation specialists and looks at the many components of the smoking habit. These specialists develop a clear and concise plan based on each class members individual needs.

For information on the next program, call 756-3807.

Cayuga Medical Center
Staying on the Right Track and support groups are available at the Cortland Campus (Route 281, Convenient Care). For more information contact the Cayuga Center for Healthy Living at 607-252-3590.

Smoke-Free Baby & Me