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Smoking Cessation Services

Contact Information
 

Smoking Cessation and Prevention Clinic: (608) 263-0573

East Clinic Learning Center: (608) 265-1204

West Clinic Learning Center: (608) 265-7667

UW Health Smoking Cessation staff in Madison, Wisconsin, includes physicians, clinical psychologists and registered nurses trained in the best ways to help you quit smoking.

 

Working together, program staff helps individuals understand the effects of tobacco use and explains the most effective physical and psychological aspects of quitting tobacco use. These include integrated individual and group counseling and all FDA-approved medications for treating tobacco dependence, including combination therapies.

 

Services
  • Comprehensive, state-of-the-art tobacco dependence treatment
  • Individualized treatment plans, including counseling and medications
  • Specialized assessment involving carbon monoxide and pulmonary function testing
  • Open-ended group support for relapse prevention
 
UW Health Smoking Cessation Clinic staff - physicians, clinical psychologists and others - are trained experts in the field of smoking cessation. We have led the development of the United States public health service clinical practice guideline, Treating Tobacco Use and Dependence.
 
Working together, program staff helps individuals understand the effects of tobacco use and explains the most effective physical and psychological aspects of quitting tobacco use. These include integrated individual and group counseling and all FDA-approved medications for treating tobacco dependence, including combination therapies.
 
Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line
 
Smokers calling the Wisconsin Tobacco Quit Line (1-800-QUIT-NOW) are four times more likely to quit smoking successfully than those who try on their own, according to an independent survey evaluating the Quit Line's second year of operation.