The Tobacco Treatment Program’s (TTP) primary goal is to support tobacco-free individuals and communities. We are here to help with the support that you need to live tobacco free.

The Tobacco Treatment Program can provide you with the information and tools you need to become tobacco free. A treatment specialist will work with you to make a plan that works for you and your lifestyle including dealing with withdrawal, using tobacco cessation medications, and strategies for changing behaviors that are linked to your tobacco use. We will follow-up with you for adjustment of the treatment plan and medications, as needed, and give you on-going support to stop smoking and prevent relapse.

Individual appointments with a tobacco treatment specialist at the UNC Family Medicine are scheduled on Tuesday mornings and Wednesdays. In order to spend the majority of the first visit focusing on the treatment plan, we ask new patients to complete an Initial assessment online before the first appointment.

To make an appointment today call (984) 974-4976 or e-mail ttp@med.unc.edu.

 

Additional Resources

  • QuitlineNC is a free telephone counseling service for all North Carolina residents. Trained quit counselors are available 7am–3am, 365 days per year. Services available in English and Spanish. Call 1-800-QUIT-NOW (1-800-784-8669) or visit www.quitlinenc.org to sign up for Quitline services.
  • BecomeAnEX.org is free and provides information and techniques as well as blogs, community forums, ask the experts, and many other features.
  • Smokefree.gov is an excellent web resource for learning more about the quit process and getting resources to help. Text messaging services are also available through these websites including personalized reminders about a quit-smoking plan are also available.
  • Livehelp.cancer.gov offers live online chat support through the National Cancer Institute. Receive information and advice about quitting smoking through real-time messaging with a smoking cessation counselor. Support via LiveHelp is offered in English only, Monday through Friday, 8:00 a.m. to 11:00 p.m. Eastern Time.