Behavioral Health

Cognitive behavioral therapy improves the success rate of smokers who are ready to quit. Behavioral interventions include individual face-to face, group, as well as telephone and on-line support. Your patient’s insurance company may have resources for cessation counseling. Encourage them to call their behavioral health resource to find out what is covered by their plan.

The 5 A’s Approach.pdf

 

FOR ADULTS

 

FREE TELEPHONE COUNSELING

Utah Tobacco Quit Line
1.800.Quit.Now

FREE ONLINE COUNSELING

Online Coaching

FREEDOM FROM SMOKING

American Lung Association in Utah, Salt Lake City
1930 South 1100 East, Salt Lake City, UT, 84106-2317
Telephone: (801) 484-4456
In Person
Online Program: ffsonline.org

NICOTINE ANONYMOUS

utin.org/nica.html
When: Monday 7:00 pm
Where: St. Joseph’s Villa
451 Bishop Federal Lane (500 East 1930 South)
1st Floor, Conference Room A
Salt Lake City, UT 84115
Contact: Bill
Phone: (801) 292-5018

 

FOR TEENS

 

E.N.D. (ENDING NICOTINE DEPENDENCE)

Utah Department of Health
PO Box 142106
Salt Lake City, UT 84114-2106
Contact: Camille Cook
Telephone: (801) 538-6883
Website

END is a tobacco cessation program designed especially for teens. The program builds skills and knowledge concerning tobacco use as well as focuses on developing a wide variety of social skills, including: communication, stress management, decision making, goal setting, nutrition and physical activity. The modules consist of techniques to influence teen tobacco users knowledge, attitudes, intentions, beliefs, self-awareness, and self-efficacy. END is appropriate for implementation in schools, community agencies, and juvenile court districts and is designed for use with junior and senior high school smokers and smokeless tobacco users.