Nicotine and Tobacco Recovery Support Group Meetings

Monday, May 16 -
Monday, July 25, 2022
7:00 PM - 7:45 PM
Eatontown

Nicotine and Tobacco Recovery Support Group Meetings

The Nicotine and Tobacco Recovery meetings are designed to help people stay quit and offer a resource for those who are starting or thinking about beginning their quit journey. Led by a Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist, each group will focus on topics and strategies for dealing with triggers and relapse prevention. Join us for free, regardless of where you are with your journey towards nicotine and tobacco recovery!

New Schedule:

Mondays: 7pm - 7:45pm ET

Zoom Link Meeting ID: 985 9718 6060

Password: smokefree (all lower case)

One tap mobile: +13126266799,,98597186060#

It’s not you, it’s the 600 different ingredients designed to keep you hooked on tobacco. Nicotine dependence is a medical condition. We’ll help you treat it that way.

RWJBarnabas Health Institute for Prevention and Recovery (IFPR) Quit Center is a resource for those thinking of quitting tobacco or nicotine products. If you or a loved one is struggling with tobacco addiction, our Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists (CTTS) are available to help you quit.

Our Quit Center will help you establish a realistic quit date and your Certified Tobacco Treatment Specialist will provide multiple pathways and support during your quit experience. Evidence-based treatment is provided using individual and/or group sessions as well as free Nicotine Replacement Therapy (NRT). Our specialists serve all ages

The Institute for Prevention and Recovery’s nicotine and tobacco recovery services will help:

Establish a realistic quit date and provide support and guidance throughout each individual’s quit experience.

Provide information and individualized recommendations on the utilization of prescription and non-prescription smoking medication.

Connect individuals with one-on-one or group sessions that accommodate their schedule.

Identify effective tools to reduce withdrawal symptoms.

Understand the impact of e-cigarettes, electronic nicotine delivery systems and vaping.

Offer informational presentations in the community or workplaces about how staff and others can utilize our services.

Last Updated: 05/09/22