Provider Resources

Advocacy

Literarure Ordering: Facilitators are able to access a catalog of all print literature that is available, view pricing and place an order for FFS materials through our new print store. Please submit prior to the start of your clinic, preferable two full weeks before.

Cessation

Quitline Free – Available Materials

Quitline Free – Order Form for materials

Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT) products have been proven as a valuable cessation tool to help adults quit tobacco. Medication Nicotine replacement therapy (NRT) is the use of nicotine in the form of gum, skin patch, nasal spray, inhaler or lozenge. It reduces the intensity of the withdrawal symptoms. Other products, such as bupropion (also known as Zyban® or Wellbutrin®) and varenicline (Chantix®), are non-nicotine tobacco cessation medications available with a prescription. People who use these NRT products and medications double, or possibly triple, their rate of success to quit. The United States Department of Health and Human Services’ Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence: 2008 Update strongly encourages all tobacco users to use medication in their attempts to quit smoking. Your medication may also be covered by your health insurance. Contact your insurance provider to explore tobacco cessation benefits available through your plan. Community members in Northcentral, Northeast, and Southcentral PA can also join a local cessation class and receive up to 4 free weeks of NRT. Visit our Quit Now page to find a clinic near you. 

Freedom From Smoking Medication Chart

Mayo Clinic NDC Tobacco Dependence Treatment Medication Summary

New! Tobacco Cessation Quick Reference Guide – Advising on Cessation Medication

Replacement Therapy Order Form

Secondhand Smoke

 

Mulit-Unit Housing


Young Lungs at Play (YLAP)

Special Initiatives

Community Garden Signs

Eight, smoke-free community garden signs

Tobacco Use and Pregnancy

 

Statewide Partners

PO Box 277
Camp Hill, PA 17001
(p) 717-971-1134

This project is funded by a grant through
the PA Department of Health.

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