Smoking Cessation

Tobacco Cessation Treatment Services

Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center Tobacco Treatment Service – Specialized Treatment for Tobacco Dependence. Whether you are ready to quit tobacco or just thinking about quitting, we can help. Your cancer care team includes certified Tobacco Treatment Specialists who understand the specific needs of Roswell Park patients. Increase your readiness, confidence and motivation to quit. Develop a tailored quit plan with tools to make quitting easier. Tobacco Treatment Service is available in convenient telephone and/or group treatment sessions. Call us at 716-845-1264.

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New York State Smokers’ Quitline

Based at Roswell Park and supported by the New York State Department of Health Tobacco Control Program, the NYS Smokers' Quitline has logged well over one million calls since its inception. Call 1-866-NY-QUITS (1-866-697-8487) or visit www.nysmokefree.com. Roswell Park was the first health care facility in Western New York to go entirely smoke-free.

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Roswell Park Cessation Services (RPCS)

For over 60 years, Roswell Park Comprehensive Cancer Center has been on the cutting edge of providing support to help people quit tobacco use. RPCS provides evidence-based, best practice telephone and web-based services for health plans, state quitlines, and employer-sponsored programs.

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Roswell Park Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Program

The Roswell Park Tobacco Treatment Specialist Training Program is intended to prepare all levels of health professionals to provide effective, evidence-based treatment for tobacco dependence across a range of intensities and populations. Our Training Program is fully accredited by the Council for Tobacco Treatment Training Programs and is the first accredited site in New York State. Our training program curriculum is delivered in fun, creative ways to help you retain knowledge and build skills needed to interact therapeutically with tobacco users.

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