Tobacco Cessation Resources

Tobacco CessationEliminating tobacco use is the most important lifestyle choice you can make to reduce your risk of getting cancer. In addition to causing several types of cancer, tobacco use also puts individuals at higher risk for heart disease, lung disease,
and stroke.

Click here for tobacco related cancer incidence in NEPA and tips on how to decrease your risk of developing cancer.
 
Below are links to information on resources available to those interested in quitting:

American Lung Association of Pennsylvania- Northeast Region
(570) 346-1784

Carbon/Monroe/Pike Drug and Alcohol Commission
(570) 421-1960

Drug and Alcohol Treatment Services (DATS)
(570) 961-1997

Inner Harmony Wellness Center
(570) 346-4621

Luzerne-Wyoming Counties Drug and Alcohol Program
(570) 826-8790

Nicotine Anonymous
(570) 402-0505

National Cancer Institute
http://cancer.gov/cancertopics/tobacco/smoking

Tobacco Free Northeast PA
http://www.tobaccofreene.com/quit-now/
Toll Free Number 1-(866) 974-QUIT

PA Free Quit Line
1-800-784-8669 (English)
1-800-355-3569 (Spanish)

Penn State Extension – Pike County
(570) 296-3400

Pennsylvania Department of Health
(570) 826-2062
http://www.determinedtoquit.com/

Pathway to Recovery (formerly Serento Gardens)
(570) 455-9902

Pocono Medical Center
(570) 476-3680

RediCare Medical Center
Phone number (570) 348-1101

Rural Health Corporation of NEPA
(570) 825-8741

Shawnee Medical Group
(570) 421-3900

Susquehanna County Trehab Cessation
(570) 278-5229

The Wright Center
Jerymn (570) 383-9934
Scranton/VIM Lackawanna (570) 941-0630
Clarks Summit ( 570) 585-1300

Wayne County Tobacco Treatment Program
(570) 253-8941